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You guys know that I love making baby stuff right? I love baby shoes, but anything baby is fun to make, especially when you have a specific bundle of joy in mind. When my crocheter friend Lauren for Crochet Ole’ posted her adorable, easy (and FREE) pattern for crochet baby teethers I knew I had to try this pattern! They turned out so cute, and it’s a lovely way to easy baby’s teething pain.
This pattern is super easy and quick to work, and I love that you can wet them down and freeze them for extra relief for Baby. When we have our next baby, he/she is going to have a collection of these!
For my teether rings I used Knit Picks Shine, which is a cotton/beechwood blend. It’s SO soft, and because it’s cotton, it won’t fuzzy or pill like other fibers.
I have already made these rings for beautiful little niece, as well as for my second niece, who is coming this November (squeal!).
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I made several of these and they worked great! Nice that you can wet them and freeze them, was amazing how well they held up!!
I’m confused. If you are working on the round why do you have to sew together? Please help!
Nevermind. I figured it out!
Because you are folding it over so it is double-thick.
Super cute! My son is teething right now and could really use this!
Great idea for tethers, much better than those plastic ones!