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How to Crochet a Teether Crochet Pattern + Tutorial

Learn to crochet a wooden ring teether for your little one. This photo tutorial leads you through this quick and easy crochet project your favorite drooler will love.

If you’ve been following my posts recently, you know this is the third wood ring teether I’ve created. This project is just so simple and fast, I had to share. I hope you can crochet one up for the little teether in your life!

You can check out the wooden ring teether crochet necklace pattern for more crochet teether options. Or if you sew, you might enjoy the Bunny Ears wooden ring teether sewing pattern.

I prefer the idea of my toddler chewing on maple wood over a plastic ring. However, natural wood products need to be inspected before giving them to a child. Look for splintering or cracks and dispose of any damaged ones.

We’ve never had a problem with our teething rings, but it’s best to be safe. Likewise, children should never be unsupervised with any toy or teether.

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picture of colorful ball and scissors wood ring teether

I love my wood yarn bowl! It was a gift from a friend, that was just perfect. The bowl keeps my yarn in place and clean.

You might also like the Larksfoot Crochet Lovey pattern which includes a small little blanket on the wood ring.

The Mia Crochet Necklace uses a maple wood ring at center with simple stitches for a beautiful crochet mom and baby necklace.

Materials:

You can purchase an ad-free pdf on Etsy {scroll down for the free pattern}

Stitches used:

slip knot-make a loop with your finger, insert your hook (& remover your finger), yarn over and pull through the loop, securing yarn to your hook

slip stitch-yarn over, pull up a loop and pull it through the loop on your hook

single crochet-insert hook, yarn over & pull up a loop, yarn over and pull yarn through the two loops on your hook.

Steps to crochet around your wooden ring teether:

Slip knot on your hook and insert it into the wood ring.

picture of hook through wood ring teether

Slip stitch onto the wood ring, chain 1.

picture of sl st on wood ring teether

Single crochet around most of the ring. Be sure to work over your tail.

picture of sc on wood ring teether

Continue to single crochet, as many as you like.

picture of scs around wood ring teether

I worked 16 single crochets, which covered my tail and about 2/3 of the wood ring.

picture of colorful single crochet wood ring teether

Weave in your tail.

picture of needle weaving yarn in sc on wood ring teether

Be sure to weave it in one direction and then the other to prevent it coming loose.

picture of needle sewing ends wood ring teether

I crossed the stitches to the other side to weave it back towards the end.

picture of needle and wood ring teether
picture of sewing end wood ring teether

Trim the excess and you’re done,

You crocheted your own wood ring teether!

These are just the perfect size for little hands to hold.

picture of baby chewing on wood ring teether

Let your little teether chomp on it!

Crochet stitches around ring.
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Connie White

Wednesday 23rd of May 2018

Wonderful idea!!

Christa18

Monday 28th of May 2018

Thank you!

Erin

Tuesday 5th of September 2017

Lovely idea! I had a friend question about bacteria in the yarn and fibers coming off in crocheted products. I wanted to ask a fellow crocheter for advice in this. I would think just a typical washing and drying of the product would suffice for killing the bacteria. And I used a good worsted yarn that I believe would be good for non shredding with a child putting it in their mouth. Any advice or opinion on this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

Christa18

Thursday 7th of September 2017

Hi Erin! Sorry I'm just getting back to you, I've been sick this week. These are excellent questions. If washing & drying follows the care instructions for the yarn you use then that would be the best to keep it clean. I wouldn't recommend using a yarn that isn't machine washable for baby/kids items, since they need to be cleaned so often. I prefer a good cotton yarn for these types of items. As a mom, I'd rather my baby chew on cotton yarn than acrylic. I think acrylic yarns work well for blankets and loveys though. I hope that helps.

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