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Aria Lanyard

The inspiration for this lanyard is my adorable little niece Aria. While she is a fully fledged toddler now and no longer uses a pacifier, this design is inspired by her. The pattern is available on my Ravelry store. I am releasing a simplified version of the pattern for free today to accompany the teether lanyard.

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A note of caution when making anything for a baby or toddler. Make sure they are supervised when using anything with teether beads. Ensure all the crochet loops are secured tightly. Use a good quality cotton so it will withstand chewing. Make sure all ends are sewn in and secured.

Aria Lanyard Pattern

Pattern with instructions for the Aria Lanyard. The file is PDF using US terminology only. This pattern is rated as EASY -- suitable for a confident beginner. It uses standard US English crochet terminology. It has been tested for clarity and accuracy. In addition, and as mentioned earlier, it contains step-by-step how-to photos. I am confident this pattern will make for a happy crochet experience. I don't accept returns, exchanges or cancellations. But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

A$3.00

Simple Lanyard

  • Crochet Cotton, fine, 20m
  • Hook to match gauge, body measures 20cm, and 2cm wide. I used 2.5mm
  • Teether/pacifier
  • Pacifier/suspender clip

Stitches Required

Using US terminology you should be familiar with Single Crochet (SC), Half Double Crochet (HDC), Slip Stitch (SL) and Chain (CH).

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Pattern

Foundation: CH4, SC in Second from hook. SC across. CH1 and turn. [3]

R1-3: HDC across, CH1 and turn. [3]

R4: 2HDC in first stitch, HDC, 2HDC in last sitich, CH1 and turn. [5]

R5-40:HDC across, CH1 and turn. [5] continue repeating this row until the lanyard is the desired length

R41: HDC in first 3 stitches, CH35, SL into 3rd HDC of row. HDC across. [5+35CH loop]

Border: if desired you can add a SC border. SC in each stitch and end of row around. Make 2SC in each corner. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Secure suspender clip by feeding the 3 stitch section through the clip. Double over and sew in to secure.

Secure suspender clip by feeding the 3 stitch section through the clip. Double over and sew in to secure.

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Don’t forget to tag me with your completed designs using #craftycommuterdesigns @crafty_commuter and #arialanyard

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