Free Crochet Pacifier Clip Pattern

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Are you tired of constantly picking up your baby’s pacifier? Looking for a unique baby shower gift for your family and friends? Look no further! With this free crochet pacifier clip pattern, you can make a beautiful yet practical accessory that any new parent will appreciate and love! This crochet pacifier holder is quick and easy to make so why don’t you give it a try!?

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Free Crochet Pacifier Clip Pattern – Pattern Notes

Skill level: begginer to intermediate crochet skills and knowledge

Gauge (2″ length): 12 SC stitches and 6 PUFF stitches

Terminology: US crochet terminology

Notes: only available in English

 

Free Crochet Pacifier Clip Pattern – Materials and Tools Needed

Yarn: this pattern will work nicely with 100% cotton, 100% acrylic or a blend of both.I recommend using Light Worsted #3 = DK yarn.

 

I used 3 different colours to make 3 clips:

 – Light Worsted #3 = DK yarn

– 100% cotton

– 1x ball of Rico Essentials Cotton DK – colour fuchsia 14 – (50g/130m)

– 1x ball of Rico Essentials Cotton DK – colour pearl pink 55 – (50g/130m)

– 1x ball of Rico Essentials Cotton DK – colour cream 88 – (50g/130m)

 – I used 8g / 20m of the yarn to make one pacifier clip

 

Crochet hook: I used 3mm = C/2 hook but refer to the instructions on your yarn label if using different weight of yarn I recommend this crochet hook set that includes many crochet hook sizes but also yarn needles, stitch markers and other handy bits.

 

Tools used: scissors, yarn needle, metal or wooden clip – the clip I used has a loop that is about 2.4cm (1″) wide. You can purchase the metal clip HERE.

 

Free Crochet Pacifier Clip Pattern – Crochet Terminology Used

This free crochet pacifier clip pattern is written using US crochet terminology. Download my free Crochet Terminology Chart for UK terms here. You can print it and keep forever so you always have it to hand.

FCH: foundation chain

R: row

ST: stitch

CH: chain

TO: turn over

FO: fasten off

SS: slip stitch = insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over, pull through the stitch and the loop on the hook

SC: single crochet stitch = insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over, pull through the stitch, you will have 2 loops left on the hook, yarn over and pull through the 2 loops on the hook

HDC: half double crochet stitch = yarn over first, then insert your hook into the stitch, yarn over, pull through the stitch, you will have 3 loops left on the hook, yarn over and pull through the 3 loops on the hook

PUFF: puff stitch – this is a medium size puff stitch

– yarn over, insert your hook into the next stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 3 loops left on the hook

– yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 5 loops left on the hook

– yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 7 loops left on the hook

– yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 9 loops left on the hook

– yarn over again and pull through all 9 loops on the hook

– chain 1 to complete the puff stitch

{…}: number shown inside these brackets equals the number of total stitches at the end of each row

 

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Notes:

You will crochet the pacifier clip in rows to start with and then will crochet the decorative edging all the way round while attaching the metal clip.

 

FCH:

– chain 52

– chain more for a longer clip

– chain less for a shorter clip

– but always chain an even number of stitches

 

R1:

– SC in the back bump of each chain across starting from the 2nd CH from the hook

– CH2 and TO {51 excl CH2 at the end}

 

R2:

– PUFF into the 4th CH from the hook:

          – yarn over, insert your hook into the 4th CH from the hook, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 3 loops left on the hook (Pic 1)

          – yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 5 loops left on the hook (Pic 2)

          – yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 7 loops left on the hook (Pic 3)

          – yarn over again, insert your hook into the same stitch, yarn over and pull up a loop, you will have 9 loops left on the hook (Pic 4)

          – yarn over again and pull through all 9 loops on the hook (Pic 5)

          – chain 1 to complete the puff stitch (Pic 6)

– skip ST

– PUFF into the next ST

– skip ST

– PUFF into the next ST

– continue to crochet across taking turns between PUFF and skipping ST

– HDC into last ST

– CH1 and TO {51 excl CH1 at the end}

 

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R3:

– SC into the 2nd CH from the hook

– SC into each stitch across

– SC into the last stitch

– DO NOT CH1 or TO {51}

– don’t worry if your work curls up at this stage, it will flatten out once you complete the decorative edging

You are now ready to start working on the decorative edging. But remember, you are not going to turn your work over, you will crochet around instead.

 

Decorative edging – short side with a loop for the pacifier:

– continue from where you finished with R3

– CH1 and SS into the top of the last PUFF (Pic 7)

– CH1 and SS into the space on the side of the last PUFF (Pic 8)

– CH20 to create the loop for the pacifier (Pic 9) – if you are using a bigger metal or wooden clip, you may need to chain more to make sure you can pull the clip through the loop

– SS into the space on the side of the last PUFF (Pic 10)

– CH1 and SS into the bottom of the last PUFF (Pic 11)

– you can now continue with the edging on the long side

 

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Decorative edging – long side:

– continue from where you finished with the short side

– CH1 and SS into the 1st CH of the FCH

– CH1 and SS into the next CH of the FCH (Pic 12)

– CH1 and SS into the next CH of the FCH all the way across apart from the last CH of the FCH

– DO NOT crochet into the last CH of the FCH

– you can now continue with the short side and attach the metal clip at the same time

 

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Decorative edging – short side – attaching the metal clip:

– continue from where you finished with the long side

– first place your metal clip into the correct position – place it underneath your work with the back of the metal clip facing the wrong side of your work (Pic 13)

– hold the clip in the same position at all time while crocheting this short side

– 2x SC into the last CH of the FCH while attaching the clip:

          – insert your hook into the last CH of the FCH and then into the clip loop (Pic 14)

          – yarn over and pull through the clip loop and the last CH of the FCH, you will have 2 loops left on the hook

          – yarn over and pull through the 2 loops on the hook

          – repeat the above steps once more to complete the 2nd SC

– 3x SC into the HDC stitch next to the last PUFF (Pic 15) while attaching the clip:

          – insert your hook into the HDC stitch and then into the clip loop (Pic 16)

          – yarn over and pull through the clip loop and the HDC, you will have 2 loops left on the hook

          – yarn over and pull through the 2 loops on the hook

          – repeat the above steps two more times to complete the 2nd and the 3rd SC

– 1x SC into the 1st ST of R3 while attaching the clip (Pic 17) – follow the same steps as above to crochet into the clip loop

– 1x SC into the 2nd ST of R3 while attaching the clip (Pic 18) – again follow the same steps as above to crochet into the clip loop (I know this doesn’t match what we did on the other side when we started attaching the clip but it works and helps to attach the clip straight)

– you can now continue with the long side

 

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Decorative edging – long side:

– continue from where you finished with the short side

– CH1 and SS into the 3rd ST of R3

– CH1 and SS into the next ST of R3

– CH1 and SS into the next ST of R3 and all the way across

– CH1 and SS into the last ST of R3

– CH1 and SS into the first ST of short side and FO

– weave both yarn ends in

And you are done! 🙂 All there is left to do is to attach the pacifier.

 

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