Be a blessing and donate your crochet items to charity
Make these adorable Owl Baby Caps today!
I have been crocheting for many years now and just love this easy to do hobby. It’s so fun and you can do it practically anywhere. I have actually crocheted down the road in the RV when we are on long trips. You can get so much done, when we you are just sitting, or watching a movie. To me this is the best time to get those projects completed. I guess you can say it’s multitasking, because I still can keep good track of what I am watching.
Besides creating some adorable baby caps and booties for family and friends, lately I have been donating and selling some to the local hospital. I also donated a few to the local pregnancy care clinic, which helps less fortunate single moms and their newborn babies.
So wherever you want to donate your crochet projects, just do it. Today, start crocheting some of those projects you love to do and donate them to the less fortunate or a charity of your choice, you are going to be so blessed if you do.
Get creative and crochet your little heart out!
I have crocheted some baby newbie caps in the Seattle Seahawks colors and even added a pom-pom at the top and the team logo. I sold a few of those in the hospital and they loved them, they sold right away to grandma’s purchasing that first baby gift for their first grandchild. Some of the other adorable caps I just donate, but believe me all of them are appreciated.
Good luck and have fun crocheting those baby items!
In conclusion, I want you to know that there is no greater joy than being able to make a mom smile when she places that cap on her newborn baby for the first time. I also pray over those baby caps, that God would always protect those babies and that they would grow to know Jesus in their life. I believe that is also important because prayer is so very powerful and those babies will need all the help they can get in life – Amen.
I am also attaching some helpful links to some of the patterns that are available for “free” for you to use to donate these projects. I have found that you can take a pattern and use different colors and add your own embellishments, and they turn out so unique and cute. I also add buttons and even the logos like on the Seahawks caps.
This hub was written to hopefully encourage you to bless others by donating your finished newborn caps, blankets, booties to an organization in your area. I hope you will think about it and start that first project right away. It will be a blessing to you and those who need them so desperately.
Cheers and happy crocheting!
Links to free baby crochet cap patterns
- Repeat Crafter Me: Crochet Owl Hat Pattern
You are going to love making these adorable crochet owl baby hats! They are easy and her instructions are easy to follow - get started!
- Alli Crafts: Free Pattern: Butterfly Hat - Newborn
These are so adorable and you can add any embelishment you want on the portion where you gather the yarn. These are so easy to do you can whip one out in no time!
Here is a video to help you crochet a cute baby cap
More links to other crochet and knitted ideas for you to make!
- Bundle of Love knitted newbie booties and cap
This is one of my favorites to knit for the "newbies" that come along in our family. Uses soft baby yarn and takes very little time to do because they are so cute and tiny! Whip a set out in no time!
- Easy peasy purple crochet scarf
If you love to crochet like I do, this project will take you no time at all to make. Choose from so many awesome colors and yarns and make these for everyone this winter season, they will love them!
- Cozy girls crochet scarf and wrist warmers pattern
Need handmade gift ideas for the younger girls in the family this Christmas? Search no more, this cozy scarf and wrist warmers are a big hit. Easy to make and takes only one skein of yarn. You go girl.
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