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My son is teething. And it hurts. He wants to chew on everything! This includes my fingers…I’m not the biggest fan of that.
So, as I have for my 2nd and 3rd baby, I am designing more teething rings for my sweet baby boy. For every baby I have, I’d say it’s safe to assume it means more teething rings for the blog…just saying.
One technique used in crocheting around teething rings is, rather than making a long single crocheted piece that you hope will fit the ring, you simple crochet around it. Sound too good to be true? It almost is!
This technique is used in my Happy Christmas Teething Ring Set that will be coming out next week! I’m so excited for you all to see them.
Schedule for Happy Christmas Teething Ring Set
Mr. Snowman – Monday, December 9th – Get it here!
Mr. Claus – Wednesday, December 11th
Mr. Penguin – Friday, December 13th
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Check out the video tutorial below
Materials used in Tutorial
How to Crochet Around a Teething Ring – Photo Tutorial
- Make a slip knot on your hook and lay yarn leading to skein on top of teething ring.
2. Insert hook into center of teething ring, y/o and pull yarn through teething ring.
3. Y/o and pull through first loop on hook.
4. Y/o and pull through both loops on hook.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 until whole teething ring is covered.
Hold tail onto teething ring to keep it hidden.
6. Sl st into first st.
7. F/o and sew in ends.
I hope you found this tutorial useful!
Please comment below to let me know which teething ring you are most excited to make!
See you back here on Monday for Mr. Snowman!
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