Unless she has this extreme emotional attachment to her creations and wants to keep all of them, she can always donate them to charity. In my hometown of Sacramento, we donate anything from knitted and crocheted blankets to preemie hats to local hospitals, the police and sheriffs' departments, shelters churches, etc. You can join organizations where people get together and work on their donations. And, if you are giving to a registered charity, you can deduct your yarn and your mileage when attending the meetings. Most people who knit and crochet keep their friends and families in many of their creations, so they expand their giving to charity. If she decides to make blankets for charity, make sure she follows the guidelines for yarn (usually acrylic) and the acceptable sizes (preemie, baby, teen, and adult).