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CROCHET PACIFIER CHAIN WITH NAVY STRIPES

You need

  • Crochet Hook Gr. 3
  • Wool in blue and white
  • pacifier clip

    Description

    The holiday by the sea is booked, but it is still missing something? With the dummy chain in maritime look, you and your baby are perfectly equipped. Crochet a pacifier chain with great stripes in white and blue. Marie from DaWanda shows you how you do it and that it’s fast.

    1

    material

    You really do not need much for this pacifier chain strap. Wool in blue and white, a crochet hook of your choice and you’re ready to go.

    2

    Crochet strips

    Put six stitches in white around the buckle.

    Then comes a helical airmuff and you crochet another row in white.

    The last stitch in the series is white, but turn on the spiral air mesh in blue. Then you crochet two rows in blue. The following spiral air mesh then again in white.

    So you continue until you like the length.

    3

    margin

    You do not need to cut the two yarns in each row. If you let them continue and then pick them up with every third row, the result is a nice edge, because you no longer have to sew. Make sure the pacifier chain does not exceed 22 cm in length to prevent suffocation.

    4

    Crochet loop

    If you are satisfied with the length, crochet a third row, but take off every other stitch. This will make the tape narrower at the end.

    Then comes a last spiral air mesh. You then crochet to the middle. Now you can strike at the end about 15 air mesh. These you then crochet in the first stitch. So you have a nice loop.

    Now tie all the strings out. Then pull the loop through the pacifier and the maritime pacifier chain is ready!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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