20 Free Toy Knitting Patterns for Charity


20 Free Toy Knitting Patterns for Charity

You can make a difference for children in need with knit toys.

Free Knitting Patterns for Toys

If you want to do some good in the world, these free toy knitting patterns for charity are an easy and fun way to get started. The best part about the knitted style of toy is how versatile and unique it is. You can be sure that, when you're giving away your handknit toy, there won't be another one like it. You can check out any home-decor store with a kid's room section or any baby registry and you'll see tons of manufactured knit toys.

Who wouldn't like them though? They're soft, made to last year after year, and they have that classic hand-me-down look that'll be appreciated generations down the line. Of course, these free toy knitting patterns for charity are much more technically complicated than a washcloth or a scarf. It takes skill, patience, and love to make, but that is precisely why these toys are appreciated so much!

These free toy knitting patterns for charity are divided by gender in case you're donating to a specific person or group, however, this list is most certainly not restrictive. The little girls might really like the alligators and the little boys might want a tray of cupcakes to play house with! The point of these easy toy knitting patterns is to make someone happy, and to give your needles something new to try! So what are you waiting for?

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Knit Toys for Girls

What little girl doesn't have at least one favorite doll, or a house full of Barbies? Make their favorite doll a dress in their favorite colors, or replace their hard, plastic toy dolls with a more cuddle-friendly knit counterpart. These free toy knitting patterns for charity are so cute, she'll want to give them to her own child in the future! 

Knit Toys for Boys

Dinos, monkeys, and monsters--oh my! Here are some free toy knitting patterns for charity for the rough-and-tumble tykes in need! These knitted toys are handmade to withstand a bit of rough handling and make hours of entertainment for the more imaginative child. A cuddly monster is just as cuddly as a doll after all. 

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