Crocheting a baby teether is very easy with this detailed crochet pattern. The crocheted baby teether consists of a wooden ring and cute crocheted rabbit ears. The baby teether is the perfect gift for baby’s first Easter.
Tip: By offsetting regular increases and decreases these become almost invisible. You can recognize them by the wording “… every Xth (and Xth) stitch”. Maybe the Stitch Table for Circles and Spheres will help you.
Tip: With a special technique for invisible decreases these are nearly not visible. Even if this technique requires a little practice it is worth trying it out.
Tip: I used the yarn here given for the shown example. In principle you can use any yarn and a suitable needle size. However, the material quality also influences the quality of the result. That’s why you shouldn’t save in the wrong place. In addition the strength of the yarn and the needle size also affects the size of the result, which you can of course take advantage of.
Tip: If you want to change the size you can simply use a thicker or thinner yarn with a suitable needle size. On the other hand simply doubling the rounds, rows and stitches only leads to a bulky result.