Do you crochet for charity? We've brought together our favorite easy projects for you to crochet for the charities you love, from blankets and toys for animal shelters, hats for preemie babies, and accessory combinations to keep the cold out. You can read more about using your hook for charity here, in our Crocheting for Charity page.
Crochet for tiny babies
Preemie babies need hats to help them regulate their temperature, and your local maternity unit might well be glad of a stash of these to keep their supplies topped up. Don't forget, you can make blankets too - and it's important to ensure that the yarn you use is either acrylic or cotton to keep things hypoallergenic and washable.
Preemie hats are always in demand...
Making for animals
If you love to support animal charities there are all kinds of gorgeous projects to keep your hooks busy, from toys to blankets to cute little sweaters! Make sure you use acrylic or cotton yarns to ensure that your makes are easycare.
For furry friends in need...
Make a baby blanket!
Use up your stash or work in an affordable yarn to make a baby blanket for charity - perfect for your local hospital and a wonderful gift to send to families in need.
Keeping babies warm
Keeping grown-ups warm
Hats, scarves and mittens are all great choices for charity crochet - you can make for shelters, refugee charities and the elderly, as well as chemo caps for oncology units. Everybody needs a hat and scarf!