Sometimes the unexpected just jump on at you and forces you to go with the flow…
And that’s exactly what happened. One they, as I was sitting oh so comfortable in my chair working on my granny squares, my husband walks by carrying little baby Lo who in his turn is carrying a wooden teether. He sees me and lights up with the biggest of smiles and….
..drops it hard on the floor. As it is one inherited from little E; it has for sure seen better days and must’ve dried up completely cause it snaps in two pieces and the four rings scatteres all over the place.
Any non crafting person would probably just toss the old thing, but as for me I saw the opportunity to make new little teethers out of the four rings. And after falling madly in love with them I ran out to the studio to get a bigger sized as well and do a “winged” version too. Don’t know which size I like the best but Little Lo loves them all and that’s all that matters.
You’ll need some yarn, approximately 3 meters for the smaller size and 8 meters for the larger. A wooden ring of your choice; my size small measures 4 x 4 cm and my larger one is 6 x 6 cm, a pair of scissors and a darning needle.
Stitch markers, a big warming cup of tea (or coffee if you fancy that) and something sweet to nibble on is not mandatory but very well recommended.
The pattern includes a diagram/chart and you also get a printer friendly version to save some paper and the environment.
It’s such a quick little make and I really hope you and your tiny loves are going to love it.