Knitting for Charity

Starting a new project is a necessity when you finish the project that you are working on. Sometimes you don’t have the next project in mind. Why not take that time, or make special time, to knit for charity. Knitting for charity is a great way to lend your skills to others in need. Making a handmade gift can show that you are giving courage and strength to people who need it most. Here is a collection of 24 FREE knit patterns perfect for charity projects.

Knitting for Charity Pattern Round Up - Free Digital Pattern - Marly Bird

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Knitting for Charity

Knitting for charity not only makes you feel good about what you are doing but also fills a need for many organizations. There are so many people, family and kids that have hit hard times and need some extra help. Putting your knitting skills to work to make helpful items is needed skill.

Looking for charities to knit for? Try this great post from NobleKnits for a list of charities that collect knit items. https://blog.nobleknits.com/knitting-charities

Knitting for Charity - Free Digital Patterns - Marly Bird

Best Yarns for Charity Knitting

Please be sure to check each individual charity before making projects for them. Some charities have specifications on the yarn that they will accept. Here are some great acrylic yarn options to make your charity knitting projects.

Best Yarns for Charity Knitting - Red Heart Super Saver Yarn - Marly Bird

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Marly Bird

The One and Only, Marly

Marly is a knitwear and crochet designer (and yarn addict) that is here to help you learn how to knit and crochet in a way that's fun and approachable.

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