Crochet for a Cause

Do you love crocheting hats and scarves? Do you crochet items to donate to local shelters, hospitals, etc. to help those in need? If you answered yes to these questions, I bet you’ll love Crochet for a Cause! This amazing idea and event was organized by Ashley of Edyth Blayn. Read on to learn all about this event and how to get some free PDF crochet patterns!

What is Crochet for a Cause?

Crochet for a Cause is a weekly summer round up of free PDF crochet patterns for hats and scarves! Every Monday from June through August, two new crochet patterns will be featured and links will be provided for you to download the PDFs for those patterns for FREE! The idea is that by the end of summer, you’ll have made so many new hats and scarves that you’ll have a great collection to donate to your local shelters, hospitals, and anyone in need!

How do I get the free patterns?

Every Monday, from June 1st – August 31st, two new patterns will be featured in the round up below. You’ll have until midnight on Sunday of each week to visit the featured patterns and download the PDFs. After each week, a new roundup of two patterns will be posted and you’ll have a week to download those two patterns. This will repeat each week, ALL SUMMER LONG! Scroll down to the patterns featured for this week!

Here’s a super simple image to show you exactly how Crochet for a Cause works!

Okay, are you ready to get started with the weekly roundups? Scroll down below to the current week and visit the two new featured patterns. Each week, I’ll add the two new featured patterns below! Have fun crocheting all of these new patterns!

Remember to tag #crochetcause2020 when posting the items you crocheted with the patterns featured during this event! We’d love to see them!

Week 1: June 1 – 7

The Heather Beanie by A Plush Pineapple

A chunky crochet beanie made with The Heather Beanie pattern, a free crochet pattern by Sarah | The Plush Pineapple

Quick and Easy Beanie for Men by Shabby Sheep Apparel

Week 2: June 8 – 14

Monkey Around Beanie by Through The Loop Yarn Crafts

Honey Bee Scarf by Modesty by Laura

Week 3: June 15 – 21

Nebula Infinity Scarf by the Loophole Fox

Basic Beanies by Lullaby Lodge

Week 4: June 22-28

Basic Ribbed Baby Beanie by Itchin For Some Stitchin

Women’s Flower Accent Hat by Mary’s Cute and Cozy Crochet

Week 5: June 29 – July 5

Tunisian Giving Scarf by Noor’s Knits

Easy Beginners Scarf by King & Eye

Week 6: July 6 – 12

Pomander Scarf by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

Monarch Beanie by Modesty by Laura

Week 7: July 13 – 19

Easy Rope Stitch Scarf by Itchin For Some Stitchin

Easy Rope Stitch Crochet Scarf by itchinforosmestitchin.com

Falling Leaves Infinity Scarf by Needle Klankers

Week 8: July 20 – 26

Dreamer Beanie by Carroway Crochet

Double Brim Coffee Beanie by Another Mum Fights the Dust

Week 9: July 27 – Aug 2

Simple Scarf by Lullaby Lodge

Blueberry Bush Beanie by Claire De Lune Fiber Art

Week 10: Aug 3 – 9

Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf by Loops and Love Crochet

The Linden Beanie by A Purpose and a Stitch

Week 11: Aug 10 – 16

Slip Stitch Beanie by HanJan Crochet

Squishy Adult Hat by Crafting Each Day

Week 12: Aug 17 – 23

Chunky Ridge Cowl by Traveling Hook Creative

Mossy Ridge Infinity Scarf by Needle Klankers

Featured Image

Week 13: Aug 24 – 30

Take Me Outside Infinity Scarf by Carroway Crochet

Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Ferris Wheel Slouchy Granny Square Hat by Nana’s Crafty Home

Easy Granny Square Boho Ferris Wheel Hat free crochet pattern

Week 13: Aug 31- Sept 6

XOXO Slouch Hat by Crafting for Weeks

Peaks Scarf by Creations by Courtney

This is the final week of Crochet for a Cause 2020! You’ll have until Midnight on Sunday, September 6th (CST) to download the two patterns featured this week. Remember, you’ll need to follow the link to visit the pattern on the designer’s blog, click on the blue “Download this free PDF pattern” button within the blog post and then enter “crochetcause” coupon code on Ravelry to get the pattern for free! All of this is shown in the super handy image earlier in the post. 🙂

Remember to come back to this post on Monday each week to download the free patterns featured each week! I’ll also post reminders on my Facebook page, if you’re interested in following along.

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2 Comments

  1. Debbie Oneill says:

    Hello, I do a lot of knitting and crocheting for charities. It’ll be nice to do different patterns.

    Where do I sign up, a little confused on that part. Thanks in advance for your creativity!
    Debbie O.

    1. Loops and Love Crochet says:

      Hi Debbie! Thanks for your question. It’s s nice that you make a lot of items for charities! You are so thoughtful and generous! The Crochet for a Cause event is not something that you’ll need to sign up for. Basically, designers are offering the PDF version of certain hat and scarf patterns for a week at a time throughout the summer and encouraging that you use the new free patterns to make items to donate to local charities or people in need in your area. We would love to see any items you make throughout this event by sharing on social media with #crochetcause2020 . I hope that makes sense! 🙂

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