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Book 9 crochet patterns for baby. Teething Necklace & Teether. Now that most of The Animator's Wife's friends have settled down and gotten married, everyone's gone on to the next step of having babies.

Teething Necklace & Teether

Two of our friends are due in October, so you know what that means: time for a new baby crochet pattern! Many of you will recognize our Teething Necklace, whose pattern we are publishing for the first time ever today. Little Lovely loved feeling the textures of this necklace so much while she was nursing that she still has an obsession with necklaces to this day. A new design this year is our teething ring. Wouldn't they make an adorable pair as matching accessories for Mother and Baby? Safety Note: Federal guidelines state that in order for a toy to be safe for infants, it cannot have any removable parts that are smaller than 1 inch in diameter. If you have never crocheted over beads before, please see this tutorial for a primer. Mommy Teething Necklace - Crochet Beads Tutorial. Have you ever wondered how crochet beads are made?

Mommy Teething Necklace - Crochet Beads Tutorial

You know what I'm talking about. You've probably seen them in department stores, adoring boho necklaces like our teething necklace. When The Animator's Wife sees necklaces like that, she kind of turns up her nose and says, "I could make that. " Snotty, I know. But they're so easy! Got your supplies together? 1. 2. 3. 4. Notice in the last photo that the crocheted bead is a good 3/8-1/2 inch larger in diameter than the plain wooden bead inside it. Hooded baby gown. Two Tone Baby Mittens Crochet Pattern {Baby 0-3 Months} Keep tiny fingers warm and cozy in a pair of Two Tone Baby Mittens.

Two Tone Baby Mittens Crochet Pattern {Baby 0-3 Months}

Crochet a pair of these thumbless mitts for baby in less than an hour! The ribbed cuff can be worn long or folded. Wear them long to tuck under coats and jackets or folded to slip on easily anytime, anywhere. Size: 0-3 Months Stitch Knowledge: adjustable loop, ch (chain), sc (single crochet) Materials List: Worsted Weight Acrylic Yarn Size U.S. Scissors and Tapestry Needle Stitch Marker Note: Pattern is worked in spiral rounds. MITTEN (make two) Starting out: With contrast color make an adjustable loop. Rnd 1: Work 6 sc into the loop. (6sc) Rnd 2: Work 2 sc into each stitch around. (12sc) Rnd 3: {Work 2 sc into next stitch, sc in next.} Rnd 4: Work 1 sc into each stitch around. (18sc) Rnd 5-6: Repeat Round 4. Rnd 7-13: Join main color.

Rnd 14: Repeat Round 4. Starting out: Ch 7 Row 1: Working back toward the body of the mitten, work 1 sc into the back loop only of the 2nd chain from hook. Side Strap Baby Bib. About 2 oz of Lily Sugar ‘n Cream yarn for Main Color or any 4-ply cotton weight yarn.

Side Strap Baby Bib

I used the color Beach Ball Blues. Small amount of contrasting 4-ply worsted weight cotton yarn. 2 Small pieces of Velcro or 1 set of snaps Size H Aluminum Hook Size Fits up to 6 months Gauge 14 sc = 4”, 8 rows = 4” Abbreviations Used Ch Chain. Squishy on Pinterest. For the grandma in me on Pinterest.

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Baby hats. Baby socks & shoes. Baby toys. Baby Cocoon Lilly Pattern Doc. Babys Bloomin Cocoon (1) David peacoat. Things to Make: Free Crocheted Flower Garland Pattern. SFMama said...

Things to Make: Free Crocheted Flower Garland Pattern

I love your garland tutes. Can't wait to try this one out! March 22, 2011 at 9:49 AM Walking by Faith said... How cute!! March 22, 2011 at 10:26 AM Becky said... Those are so absolutely beautiful. March 22, 2011 at 10:36 AM Sue@creativetryals.blogspot.com said... Oh, this is one of my goals to make crochet flowers. March 22, 2011 at 10:56 AM Mary said... That is so cute! March 22, 2011 at 12:37 PM Emily@theNest said... Sarah, thank you for stopping by my blog... and I've become your newest follower, so hope it helps on the way to 300!! March 22, 2011 at 2:15 PM Emily and Jaime at Everyday Art said... Too cute! March 22, 2011 at 3:38 PM Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims said...

This is ADORABLE. March 22, 2011 at 6:09 PM.