Teethers are such a fun make, excellent to practice your crochet skills, you can use all the colours you like and don’t you just love those wooden rings?
We turn the teether into something multifuncional by crocheting something around them. Teether and toy in one!
They are perfect as a gift or you can sell them on Etsy or a local market.
When babies start teething, their gums get sore The growing tooth causes itching, pain and discomfort. Chewing on the teether gives relief and feels good as it ensures counter pressure to the tooth.
These cute little bear ears are super easy to make. You just need a little bit of yarn and a wooden ring. I used Durable cosy fine, an airy mix of cotton and acrylic and available in 36 colours. It’s supersoft and the cotton absorbs the moisture of the saliva.
Little bear teether
The pattern can now be downloaded as a printer friendly PDF from my Ravelry store.
Please tag me in your makes on Insta and using #littlebearteether
|Materials||– Small amount of soft DK yarn|
– Wooden ring 55mm
|Yarn used||Durable cosy fine|
|Crochet hook||3.5 mm hook (Clover amour)|
US terms and abbreviations with UK in brackets
|sc||single crochet (UK double crochet)|
|dc||double crochet (UK treble crochet)|
|Row 1||sc around the ring (16), turn|
|Row 2||ch 1, 16 sc, turn|
|Row 3||ch 1, sk 2sc, 8 dc in 3rd sc, sk 2 sc, slst, 2 slst, sk 2 sc, 8 dc in next sc, sk 2sc, slst|
Cut off yarn and weave in ends.
You’ve just made a really cool teether that is going to make one little bear very happy. Please follow me on instagram and share a photo of your work using #littlebearteether That would make me super duper happy!