Easy Breezy Baby Teether
Hey ya'll! I have a super cute, and EASY baby teether pattern for you today! Seriously, it'll take you ten minutes and looks adorable. (And babies will love it!)
Cute, right? Give it a try! If you don't need pictures to help you, scroll to the end to find the short condensed pattern!
5.25mm hook (or similar)
Wooden ring (mine is 2.75" in diameter)
Blunt Yarn Needle
ch - chain stitch
sc - single crochet
sl st - slip stitch
Sl st around the ring to get started
Sc 20 times around the ring. Try to keep your stitches close together and tight. (see the pictures below for help)
(Hook goes under the ring)
(Yarn over and pull the loop under the hook)
(Yarn over, and pull through the two loops to complete the sc)
(Done with the sc! Now do 20 total)
Then, ch 1, turn, and sc in each st across.
Cut your end leaving a few inches, and pull through to secure. Tie the two ends together in a tight knot. (I don't usually recommend tying your ends, but since this is a teether with thicker yarn, it'll help secure it better)
Then, using your yarn needle, hide the ends by inserting your hook under your previous stitches.
And you're done! Yay! See wasn't that super easy? These make a great $5 item for a craft fair, or an easy addition to a handmade baby gift basket!
Notice the difference in the ring color? You can use organic coconut oil to finish your rings before beginning! It helps protect, smooth, and darken the wood, and is safe for babies!
Pattern without pictures:
Sl st around ring to start.
Sc 20 around ring.
Ch 1, turn.
Sc in each st across.
Cut and secure.
Hope you enjoy making your #EasyBreezyTeethers! Comment below if you made one!