Crochet For
Earth Day

To celebrate our planet, Club Crochet teamed up with 5 amazing amigurumi artists to each turn an endangered creature into adorable crocheted creations to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund!

• 5 Unique Amigurumi Patterns!
• Full video tutorials an
• 100% of proceeds donated to protect endangered wildlife!
• Weekly live-stream fundraisers!

Check out the Patterns!

This years pattern bundle includes 5 unique designs from different amigurumi artists! Each pattern is based on a different endangered animal!


In this amigurumi crochet pattern we’ll be crocheting a Dugong! These adorable sea cows are related to the manatee, as well as their land-cousins, the elephant.

Pattern by @DrewbiesZoo

Malayan Tapir

In this amigurumi crochet pattern we’ll be crocheting a Malyan Tapir! The tapir is known for its unique features, as well as being one one of the most prehistoric animals on Earth.

Pattern by @OhanaCraft

Black Footed Ferret

In this amigurumi crochet pattern we’ll be crocheting a Black Footed Ferret! These noodley creatures are well-known for their ‘masks’–the strip of dark fur across their eyes that makes them a perfect companion for a bank heist or costume party.


In this amigurumi crochet pattern we’ll be crocheting a Pangolin! These armored baddies are the most trafficked mammal in the world, as their scales and meat are in high demand.

Pattern by @SirPurlGrey

Snowy Plover

In this amigurumi crochet pattern we’ll be crocheting a Snowy Plover! These charming birds are only found in the Americas, although they are closely related to other plovers that can be found worldwide.

Pattern by @LouiesLoops

What is the World Wildlife Fund?

The World Wildlife Fund is a non-profit that’s mission is to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth. The WWF works to help local communities conserve the natural resources they depend upon; transform markets and policies toward sustainability; and protect and restore species and their habitats. Our efforts ensure that the value of nature is reflected in decision-making from a local to a global scale.

Get A Kit!

We have a kit available for each pattern from our collection this year! In addition to getting all the materials you’ll need to make an endangered critter, 20% of the proceeds from the kit will also be donated to the World Wildlife Fund!!

Sign up for our Pro Membership option before the end of the month (4/30) on Club Crochet to get one of these kits at a discounted price!!

Past Designs

This is our 3rd (and biggest) year participating in Crochet for Earth Day! Here are some of our past collaboration designs! If you Donate to Download for $30 or more you will not only get this years bundle but the previous year’s too!!

Meet our Designers

This years collaboration is brought to you by 5 different, very talented amigurumi artists! Check them out below and make sure to follow their social media handles!

Drew Hill


Louie Mensinger


Carrie Lu Fowler


Andreia Ferreira


Phillip Ha


Share with the Community!

Share your project using #CrochetForEarthDay and tagging the official Club Crochet account for a chance to get featured!  


Check out some of the awesome creations already added, and follow @ClubCrochet to see more!

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