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Mr. Snowman the Teething Ring

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It’s here! The first teething ring in my Christmas Teething Ring Trio Series! I am happy to introduce you to Mr. Snowman.

Mr. Snowman the Teething Ring is an adorable and cute gift to give any teething baby. The natural wood teethers are safe and nice for babies to get relief from teething. Get the free pattern along with many other rattle type toy patterns.

Mr. Snowman was the first pattern I designed for this Teething Ring series. He is smiley and cute and absolutely perfect for little babies to grab and chew.

You can get the free pattern below or you can buy an easy to read, ad-free PDF in my Etsy Shop!

If you’d like to get the whole series in PDF form, you can also get that in my Etsy shop.

Christmas Teething Ring Trio

The patterns that are included in the Christmas Teething Ring Trio are Mr. Snowman, Mr. Claus, and Mr. Penguin. Stay tuned for Mr. Claus coming out on Wednesday!

Mr. Snowman Teething Ring

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-25 grams medium weight white cotton yarn

-10 grams medium weight black cotton yarn

-less than 10 grams medium weight red cotton yarn

-black embroidery thread

-orange embroidery thread

55mm Natural Unfinished Wood Teething Rings

-3.75 mm (F) Crochet Hook

-2.75 mm (D) crochet hook (for making eyes)

-embroidery needle (optional)

-yarn needle

-poly-fil stuffing


5 stitches x 5 rounds = 1 inch square


mc – magic circle

sc – single crochet

inv dec – single crochet invisible decrease 

ch – chain

sl st – slip stitch

st(s) – stitch(es)

f/o – finish off

Pattern Notes:

  • All parts of this snowman, aside from the scarf, are worked in continuous rounds. You will not slip stitch at the end of each round, so it is highly recommended that you use a stitch marker or a scrap piece of contrasting color of yarn to put into the last stitch of each round.
  • The invisible decrease (inv dec) is simply a single crochet 2 stitches together done only in the front loops without a yarn over between. If you’d rather just do a simple decrease, you are welcome to, but it will be noticable. 
  • Ch 1 does NOT equal a stitch.
  • It’s important to count the rows, so a row counter is highly recommended.
  • Follow the following guide for how number of stitches is communicated:
    • The number before the stitch is the amount of times worked in one stitch
    • The number after the stitch is the number of stitches you are to work that specific stitch into.
    • When stitches are surrounded by asterisks (*), you are to repeat what is between the asterisks the amount of times stated.
    • Number in parentheses is the number of stitches in each round. 
    • Eg. “*2sc, sc 4* 6 times (36)” means “2 single crochets in first stitches, single crochet once in next 4 stitches. Repeat this pattern 6 times. (There are 36 stitches in this round.)


Crochet around the teething ring using white cotton yarn before you begin this project. Click here to find directions on how to do that.

Eyes (make 2) {Black embroidery thread}:

Using 2.75 mm (D) crochet hook, work 6sc into a mc, sl st to join, and f/o leaving a long tail.

*Use 3.75mm (F) crochet hook for all other parts of the pattern*

Head {White Yarn}:

Round 1: work 6sc into mc (6)

Round 2: 2sc in each st around (12)

Round 3: *2sc, sc 1* 6 times (18)

Round 4: *2sc, sc 2* 6 times (24)

Rounds 5-8: sc in each st around (24)

Round 9: *inv dec, sc 2* 6 times (18)

  • Sew eyes onto head 3 st apart at round 4.
  • Using orange embroidery thread, embroider nose onto head starting between eyes at bottom of round 5 and work diagonally 2 rows down and 2 sts out.
  • Using black embroidery thread, embroider mouth below nose stretching the length of the face (about round 7) 

Round 10: *inv dec, sc 1* 6 times (12)

Stuff head full with poly-fil

Round 11: inv dec 6 times (6)

F/o, leaving a long tail. Sew head onto teething ring.

Scarf {Red Yarn}:

ch 30, sc in 2nd ch from hook, f/o and sew in ends.

Sew scarf onto snowman by wrapping it around where the head connects to the teething ring.

Hat {Black Yarn}:

Round 1: work 6sc into mc (6)

Round 2: 2sc in each st around (12)

Round 3: *2sc, sc 1* 6 times around (18)

Rounds 4-9: sc in each st around (18)

Round 10: *2sc, sc 2* 6 times around (24)

Round 11: *2sc, sc 3* 6 times around (30)

F/o, leaving a long tail.

Flower for Hat {Red Yarn}:

Make mc and work as follows: ch 3, 3dc, sl st into mc, *4dc, sl st into mc* 4 times. F/o and sew onto hat.

Stuff hat and sew on top of snowman head.

And you’re done! Enjoy Mr. Snowman!

The Christmas Teething Ring Trio is a crochet pattern series available for free that has a snowman, Santa Claus, and Penguin teething ring. The yarn recommended is Lily Sugar n Cream, because of the great texture for babies mouths and a natural wooden teething ring.

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