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Top 8 Free Crochet Baby Teether Patterns

Ready to add some charm to your baby projects? Step into the beautifully crafted world of Crochet Baby Teether Patterns with our unique roundup. As passionate crocheters, we know there’s nothing quite as rewarding as creating functional, yet adorable items for the little ones in our lives. This collection is a treasure trove of patterns designed to soothe teething babies, providing them with a soft, safe, and chewable comforter handmade with love. Whether you’re a crochet newbie or an experienced needle-worker, these patterns have something for everyone. Let’s whip out our crochet hooks and yarn, and dive straight into creating these charming baby teethers!

Free Crochet Baby Teether Patterns – Top Picks

1. Free Crochet Pattern: Bunny and Bear Teething Rings

Bunny and Bear Teething Rings - Free Crochet Pattern
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Designer: Joan Barnett for Yarnspirations

This free crochet pattern of Bunny & Bear Teething Rings designed by Joan Barnett, offers a delightful and practical project. Using a U.S. D/3 (3.25 mm) crochet hook or the necessary size for gauge, along with Aunt Lydia’s Baby Shower yarn collection, these adorable teething rings take shape. Incorporating intricate stitches and detailing, the Bunny and Bear Teether is both charming and functional for little ones. Complete with a 3 ½” [9 cm] wooden ring and a yarn needle, this project is a joy to create and offers a soothing and safe teething solution. It’s a rewarding endeavor that combines craftsmanship and usefulness, making it an ideal project for both crocheters and caregivers alike.

2. Free Crochet Pattern: Lovey Teether

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Designer: Kara Gunza of Petals to Picots for Yarnspirations

The Crochet Lovey Teether pattern from Yarnspirations by Kara Gunza of Petals to Picots brings joy to little ones. Using a 5mm [US H-8] Susan Bates Crochet Hook, and Red Heart Baby Hugs yarn collection, this teether combines both practicality and charm. Achieving a gauge of 15 single crochets in 4 inches [10 cm] and 18 rows in 4 inches [10 cm], the pattern offers clear instructions with room for creative flair. The wooden ring adds a natural touch, while the lovey offers comfort and entertainment. With a mix of intricate yet straightforward stitches, this project is a fulfilling way to craft a tactile and secure teething toy. Crocheters and caregivers alike will value the process and the beneficial outcome of this delightful pattern.

3. Free Crochet Pattern: Bubbles and Goldfish Teether

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Designer: ChiWei of One Dog Woof

Enjoy the fascinating world of crocheting with ChiWei’s Teether Crochet Pattern for Bubbles and Goldfish, a charming project made using Lion Brand Yarn Bonbons in Beach. This pattern requires a C2 hook (2.75mm) and includes 3/4 inch and 1 inch round organic teething beads from Alexa Organics. Add some flair to your creation with an Alexa Organics 3/8-inch twill ribbon and a 2.5-inch wooden teething ring. This adorable pattern promises hours of fun for both crafters and young ones alike.

4. Free Crochet Pattern: Amigurumi Beehive Baby Rattle Teether

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Designer: Raffaella of Raffamusa Designs

Delight in the art of crochet with Raffaella’s Amigurumi Beehive Baby Rattle Teether– a captivating free crochet pattern. Crafted with precision using a 3.0-mm (C USA, 11 UK) hook and sport-weight (2, fine) yarn, such as Lammy Yarns’ Rio cotton, this whimsical project incorporates a natural wood teething ring (7 cm internal diameter) and natural wood beads in two sizes. Equip yourself with essential tools like a stitch marker, tapestry needle, embroidery needle, and embroidery thread for the bee’s eyes and mouth. Complete with fiberfill or cotton stuffing, this charming beehive stands at 3″ tall and 2.6″ wide. Unleash your creativity and crochet a buzz-worthy baby rattle today!

5. Free Crochet Pattern: Ruffles and Ridges Teether Toys

Ruffles and Ridges Teether Toys - Free Crochet Pattern
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Designer: Erin of The Cookie Snob

Craft enchanting Ruffles and Ridges Teether Toys with The Cookie Snob’s delightful crochet pattern. This guide utilizes cotton yarn, a size I (5.5mm) crochet hook, and 70mm natural wooden rings, ensuring a perfect teething companion for little ones. This pattern simplifies the process, making it accessible for crochet enthusiasts of all levels. Dive into the creative journey of working a single crochet stitch around the wooden ring, and if you’re new to this technique, fret not. The pattern includes step-by-step photo instructions to guide you seamlessly through the process. Elevate your crochet repertoire and fashion charming teether toys with Ruffles and Ridges, offering both entertainment and comfort for the littlest members of your world.

6. Free Crochet Pattern: Fox and Raccoon Baby Teether

Fox and Raccoon Baby Teether - Free Crochet Pattern
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Designer: Kate of To Craft A Home

Discover the adorable Fox and Raccoon Baby Teether crochet pattern by Kate of To Craft A Home! This design calls for a 3.5mm crochet hook, ensuring a cozy and huggable creation for your little ones. Crafted with love and attention to detail, the pattern incorporates worsted weight yarn in charming colors like charcoal, black, white, and medium to light gray for the raccoon version, or orange, white, and black for the fox variant. Don’t forget the essential 2.75-3 inch round natural wooden rings that add a touch of natural charm to the teether. Grab your tools – polyfill stuffing and an embroidery needle – and embark on a delightful journey to crochet a perfect companion for your baby’s teething moments.

7. Free Crochet Pattern: Little Monstera Teething Ring

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Designer: Tamara Kelly of Moogly 

Take a whimsical crocheting break with the Little Monstera Teething Ring pattern by Tamara Kelly! Enjoy playing with 17 yards of gorgeous Sage Green and Dark Pine shades of Lily Sugar’n Cream 100% cotton yarn in this project, which is made with a US-H, 5mm Susan Bates hook. Elevate your crochet skills and create an adorable teething ring inspired by a monster leaf that will provide hours of joy for your child. Add a touch of nature with a 2-2.5″ diameter wooden ring, resulting in a finished size of approximately 5″ long x 6″ wide (excluding hanging loop/ring). Perfect for both play and teething, this pattern offers a delightful blend of fun and functionality.

8. Free Crochet Pattern: The Lolo Loop Baby Teether

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Designer: Therese Eghult of Sisters in Stitch

Relish the fun of making with The Lolo Loop Baby Teether pattern by Therese Eghult! A 5mm hook, a wooden teether ring, stitch markers, scissors, and a darning needle are needed for this easy-to-complete design. Use a tiny bit of your favorite color of aran weight cotton yarn (Therese suggests the opulent Shiny Happy Cotton by Wool and the Gang, which is made entirely of Pima cotton). All you need to crochet a teether that is both elegant and relaxing is 3 meters for the smaller size and 8 meters for the larger. Increase the quality of your crocheting and produce a one-of-a-kind baby item that will bring comfort and happiness.

The Crochet Baby Teethers Patterns roundup offers an exceptional palette of designs, styles, and themes that cater to various skill levels. Each pattern ensures you create functional, unique, and safe teethers to comfort the little ones in your life. Crafting these adorable teethers not only offers immense personal satisfaction but also results in a keepsake that’s as soothing as it is charming for your baby. As we wrap up this roundup, we hope that these patterns inspire you to unleash your creativity, making the baby’s teething phase a tad more bearable and definitely more colorful! Happy crocheting!

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