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How to Crochet a Nursing Necklace Pattern with Wood Ring

Learn how to crochet a necklace with yarn and a ring. This easy crochet pattern makes great mom and baby gift.

An easy crochet nursing necklace pattern you can diy at home. Crochet a nursing necklace for you to wear while baby nurses, or a friend who could use one.

My little one is always fiddling while nursing, so I knew this would be a great way for her to focus. I’d definitely rather have her play with this necklace than tugging on me or my hair.

Crocheting a necklace is simple. This pattern is easy enough for beginners and includes photo tutorial. You can also customize your nursing necklace to your liking.

This is a great project to work on even stitches, if you’re new to crochet. Simply made with single crochet stitches, it works up quickly. This crochet nursing necklace pattern includes tutorial links for the stitches used.

picture of baby hand on nursing necklace

Every mama knows, that keeping little hands busy is essential to a successful nursing session. Especially, if there are other kids at home, there can be so many distractions.

I love how sturdy this yarn and stitch combo worked up. It’s not heavy but it does stay in place. The stretch allows her to pull on it with some give, which is perfect.

picture of blue and green crochet nursing necklace

The Mia Crochet Necklace is also a free pattern that features a maple ring at center.

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If you sew, you might also like to check out my Bunny Teether I created with the wood ring.

There’s a full photo tutorial of how to single crochet around the wood ring on my teether post if you need more visuals.

I made sure to choose a yarn that wouldn’t shed, if my little one wants to chew on it. Most cotton yarns are good.

The one I chose is a cotton/nylon blend. And it’s washable, always a must! I used this little ball here to create this project.

picture of small yarn ball in wood bowl

I love this yarn bowl my friend gifted me. It’s been so useful for crocheting with small balls and cakes of yarn.

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Materials

*This necklace is intended for adult wear and not for children to wear. Children should always be supervised when using any toy of any kind.

The steps

Start with a slip knot on your hook.

picture of slip knot on hook

Insert your hook into the ring.

picture of hook in ring

Slip stitch onto the ring and chain 1.

picture of yarn attached to ring

Single crochet around. You can check out the tutorial on how to single crochet into the ring on my teether post.

I had 29 sc. You want to keep your stitches close together. This yarn is stretchy so I wanted to be sure to make my stitches tight and close together.

picture of crochet stitch around ring

When you get back to where you started you’ll begin chaining for the necklace part. I chained 74, and could’ve easily made it longer, but I was working with scraps.

picture of full length blue green crochet necklace

Once your chain is as long as you like, slip stitch it back onto your ring.

Here you want to check that the wood ring is covered in stitches-add more right where you are, if needed.

Now slip stitch back up the chain you made for your necklace. Slip stitch in each chain until you get back around again.

Once you’re back at the wooden ring, fasten off and secure your end. First thread a yarn needle. Then sew the tail in between the stitches.

I was sure to weave my end in two different directions, crossing over to really secure it. I try to be extra cautious when making things for little ones.

And there you have it. My little one loves to fiddle with the ring while nursing and chews on it when I’m just holding her.

*This necklace is intended for adults and not children. Children should always be supervised when using any teether or toy of any kind.

Blue and green crochet nursing necklace.

How to Crochet a Nursing Necklace

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

Learn how to crochet a necklace with yarn and a ring. This easy crochet pattern makes great mom and baby gift.

Materials

  • 2" wood rings
  • Cotton yarn in your choice of color(s), sample is made with Bernat Home Maker Decor Yarn in

Tools

  • 6.5mm US K-10.5 crochet hook
  • scissors
  • yarn needle

Instructions

  1. Start with a slip knot on your hook.Slip knot on hook.
  2. Insert your hook into the ring. Hook in ring.
  3. Sl st onto the ring and ch 1.Yarn attached to ring
  4. Sc around. (crochet into the ring tutorial). Crochet stitches around ring.
  5. Keep squishing the stitches tight and close together. I got 29 sc.
  6. Once the sts are covering the ring, ch 74, or the number you need for your necklace length. 14"-18" are common lengths. Full length blue green crochet necklace.
  7. Once your chain is as long as you like, sl st back onto your ring. Add more sts, if necessary.
  8. Now sl st in each ch all the way around.
  9. Cut yarn and weave in ends.

Notes

*This necklace is intended for adults and not children. Children should always be supervised when using any teether or toy of any kind.

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