Crocheted Teething Rings


Teething can be a painful process for both babies and mothers. Make the process a little bit more tolerable with these adorable Crocheted Teething Rings. You don't need much yarn at all to work up this simple crochet pattern. In fact, less than an ounce of yarn is needed altogether. Cotton worsted weight yarn is ideal to use because it's soft, durable, and easy to wash. A long string is used to tie them all together, which also allows you to tie them onto a stroller or wear it as a necklace as you hold your little one.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Teething toys are not just for pain, the gums itch and they chew on anything and everything to ease the itching. The yarn helps better than a harder object.

It looks like a choking hazard to me. I wouldn't give it to a baby of mine for fear they would choke.

I would consider this more a toy than a teething ring. It has been such a long time since I have had any babies in my care I would assume giving the teething infant something topical to ease the pain. I can not see biting on something to relieve the hurt.

When my boys were teething I used commercial teething rings that were filled with some sort of liquid that was recommended be chilled before giving to baby. I was assuming the cool helped numbed the pain. I am really curios to how this would be any help outside of allowing something to chew on. To me chewing would not help the pain but make it worse.

This is a great idea! I wonder though how effective it is. Does it help teething babies? The pattern is really easy to follow, and even if it does not help with teething, it can help by being a toy for the baby! There are so many different color options available, I cant wait to make a bunch of these!

I dont have any teething babies handy right now (all the grands are either too young or too old), but I know a very spoiled pair of quaker parrots who are going to just love these! I make a lot of the Fids (feathered kids) toys from recycled materials. They love to tear cotton stringy-things apart, and they already play with plastic chains. I might make some for the lovebirds, too.


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