The teething biscuit is seriously an easy pattern to crochet. We all have teething babies and know the struggle it can be to keep them from drooling, nibbling or even bitting on everything. So I decided this time to look into teething crochet items for June who will be teething when she’s ready, but at least I have some things ready for her teething journey. While I do have a similar teething product crochet pattern that can be found here it is more of a rattle though we know how all babies chew on everything.
This pattern was super easy to follow! I used up old yarn given to me and I also used this yarn on a washcloth pattern that can be found here.
Teething Biscuit by The Lavender Chair
This is a free pattern.
- 4.25mm hook
- Bernat Cottontots Very Berry
- Crochet Needle
My overall thought of this pattern? I love how simple this pattern is. It’s simple and straight to the point. You could honestly crochet up a zillion of these in one day. Well, not a zillion though you get the point. I cannot wait to try these out for my June bug and wished I would have thought to make these for Xander when he was teething cause man he was a teether!
Is teething biscuit Beginner Easy? Very easy!!!! Granted crocheting on the edges maybe a little difficult at first thought it is super duper easy!
My rating for this pattern? Can you guess it? A++
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