Rainy Day Baby Teether

Hey ya'll!  I've been working on some designs for baby teethers this week and really loved how this cloud teether turned out.  It makes me think of stormy skies and rainy weather.  Last night it stormed here, and my little one (she's almost TWO... sob) and I curled up in her rocking chair and listened to the rain hitting the roof above her room. I think it was the most still she's been in weeks, and it was special to see her so focused on the sounds of the rain and thunder.

This teether would be easy to adapt with other colors too... maybe a rainbow? :)  Before I started, I hand-sanded it to make sure there were no rough spots and then finished it with organic coconut oil which helped smooth and stain the wood.

Materials Needed:
Wooden cloud teether
5.0mm crochet hook
Bernat Home Dec yarn in colors Clay (A) and Steel Blue (B)
Yarn Needle

Using color A, sl st around the base of the cloud teether. 

Sc 11 times around the base. Ch 1, turn. (11)

Sk the first st. Sc in each st for 8 sts. Sk 2nd to last st. Then, sc in last st. (9)

Fasten off. Using your yarn needle, thread both yarn ends under and through the stitches to secure them.

Cut five strands of color A, and four strands of color B - each about 10 inches long.
Fold each strand in half and insert it through a stitch on the last row. Pull the ends through the loop to secure it. Alternate the colors.

And, you're done! Enjoy!