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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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