Our Earth Day 2021 Patterns
Matumaini the Black Rino
Matumaini means “Hope” in Swahili which is very apt because while populations are on the rise, the Black Rhino is still critically endangered! Donate to the World Wildlife Foundation to download the PDF version of this pattern!
Simon the Sloth
This is Simon the Sloth, with magnetic hands to help him grip to any he wants so he can lounge all day long!
Ruby the Red Panda
Red pandas are arguably the cutest animal ever, and Andreia did an amazing job at capturing that adorableness in this pattern, but did you know that Red Pandas are actually an endangered species?!
Happy Earth Day!
To celebrate our planet, we teamed up with 3 amazing amigurumi artists to turn 3 endangered creatures into adorable crocheted creations to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund!
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.
Donating is by far the best way to help. And to make it even more enticing, by donating today you’ll get a PDF version of the adorable amigurumi creations made by our 3 designers!
The following purchases will be donated directly to the fundraiser…
• 100% of digital downloads indefinitely
• 20% of membership sign ups for the month
• 20% of Earth Day themed kit purchases
Who are the designers?
We teamed up with @LouiesLoops, @SirPurlGrey and @LemonYarnCreations, 3 very experienced amigurumi artists to produce 3 different patterns each based on a different endangered creature! Check them out.
Happy Earth Day and Happy Hooking!