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Do you enjoy sewing, crocheting, or knitting? If so, you can work at making baby blankets for crisis pregnancy centers!
This idea may not be for everyone, but if you enjoy sewing, crocheting, or knitting, you can make baby blankets to give to crisis pregnancy centers! What a special gift you will give to a young lady who needs encouragement and support at a most difficult time. A homemade baby blanket will show them how precious these children are and let them know that someone else cares about them.
My mom loves to quilt (in fact she just won several ribbons, including the Grand Champion ribbon, on a quilt she entered in the state fair!). Being a quilter, my mom has lots of scraps of material around, so she has had fun in the past making baby quilts to give to a ministry at church. My grandma, who just turned 92 a couple weeks ago, enjoys crocheting. She has kept busy making blankets and stocking hats for the pregnancy crisis center. So it really doesn’t matter your age, or your talent. If you have a desire to help others, you can find something to make and share!
Below I will give you several different ideas for blankets to make, along with websites and patterns to use!
Sew a Baby Quilt
Here is an easy to make baby quilt to make.
This pattern is a little more complex, but make a very pretty quilt.
Crochet a Baby Blanket
This is a pretty Baby Ripple Afghan.
Here is a pretty simple but pretty pattern.
Need more ideas? Click here for a ton more crochet pattern links!
Knit a Baby Blanket
This is a simple knitted baby blanket with a hood.
Here is another easy knitted baby blanket.
Here is another fairly easy pattern that is pretty too.
Need more ideas? Click here for a ton more knitted pattern links!
No-Sew Fleece Baby Blanket
This would make a pretty and very easy blanket to make.
Here is another pattern using fleece.
Once you have a few blankets made, find a local crisis pregnancy center to donate it to. If you have some older children, get them involved in this project as well. They can work on the blankets during your read-aloud time each day!