Thank you so for everyone who has participated in the Yarn Heroes push to crochet and knit for charity on Lion Brand! The campaign is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the charity making has to stop – there’s more fun to be had… and a bunch of patterns to enjoy for years to come!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn, but all opinions are my own.
In addition, I got to run a giveaway for the yarn to make my patterns – with three winners! That giveaway is over now, so I want to say congratulations to the winners!
And I wasn’t the only one! There were 15 Yarn Heroes this year, and we all came up with our own charity causes, as well as free patterns (a couple only free for a limited time!) to help. So to wrap up this year’s Yarn Heroes celebration, here are all 15 of our submissions – snag them while you can, and remember to give of your time and talents when you can too!
15+ Yarn Heroes Patterns to Crochet & Knit!
Click on the names of the blogger or patterns you are interested in to go to their pages!
- Moogly (Crochet): Stripey Baby Beanie, Double Trouble Baby Beanie, and the Super Speedy Preemie Hat!
- Mama In A Stitch (Crochet): The Loft Pom Baby Blanket
- All About Ami (Crochet): The Cobblestone Cowl
- One Dog Woof (Crochet): Millbrook Slouch Hat
- Sewrella (Crochet): Super Mittens
- Delia Creates (Crochet): Rowan Hat This hat pattern is no longer free, but is available for purchase.
- Underground Crafter (Crochet): Not Too Fussy Cap
- Sh*t That I Knit (Knit): Give-A-Sh*t Knit Kits (not a free pattern)
- Kristy Glass (Knit): Scraptacular Cowl
- Two of Wands (Crochet): Frozen Lake Infinity Scarf
- Twinkie Chan (Crochet): Candy Cane Wrist Warmers
- Make & Do Crew (Crochet): Hooded Baby Blanket
- A Crocheted Simplicity (Crochet): Cabled Dog Sweater and Super Mom Mask
- Little Red Window (Knit): The Do-Gooder Hat
- B. Hooked Crochet (Crochet): coming in January!
I hope you found something to get your hook moving! We’re all so happy with all the wonderful things you have done for charity and to help others, and I know I have personally loved reading all the stories you’ve shared with me. Crocheters and knitters are some of the most generous people out there, and I’m honored to have played one small part in it all this year.