I have a son who is seven. At this age, the Tooth Fairy is visiting our home pretty often. And, of course, I had to make a Crochet Tooth!
On my website, you can find a lot of heart-shaped appliques, and this crochet Tooth pattern is not an exception – its design is also based on the pattern for the heart.
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With this crochet Tooth Applique, you can embellish a Tooth Fairy Pillow, as well as a Tooth Fairy Pouch or Bag. Or, you can sew this Tooth Applique on your child’s clothes or embellish whatever you would like!
If your child is expecting a visit from the Tooth Fairy during Halloween, you can use this crochet Halloween Tooth Pumpkin to embellish a Tooth Fairy Pillow, Tooth Fairy Pouch or Bag.
After publishing this Tooth Applique crochet pattern, I was asked to design a small crochet Tooth Fairy Pouch. The pouch is made from two Tooth appliques, it is cute and perfect for a lost tooth!
Crochet Tooth Applique – Free Crochet Pattern
The pattern for both crochet Tooth Applique and Tooth Pouch is also available as a print-friendly, styled and advertisement-free PDF in my Etsy shop.
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(See a list of crochet abbreviations used in patterns by yarn industry designers and publishers HERE)
Ch – chain
DC – double crochet
HDC – half double crochet
Rnd – round
SC- single crochet
Sl St – slip stitch
St (Sts) – stitch (stitches)
TR – treble crochet
I made the crochet Tooth Appliques in two sizes:
Small Tooth Applique is about 1-1/2” (4 cm) tall.
Large Tooth Applique is about 2-1/2” (6 cm) tall.
Small Tooth Applique
Light weight #3 cotton yarn Patons Grace, white
Large Tooth Applique
Medium weight #4 cotton yarn Lily Sugar’n Cream, white
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How to work in the top of a stitch:
When instructed to work into the top of a stitch, insert hook under two loops highlighted in green in direction of the arrow.
Rnd 1. Working under both loops (or strands), work (4 DC, HDC) in 4th Ch from hook (the first Ch made), Ch 1,
First Tooth Root – TR in same 4th Ch, Ch 2 (this makes first Ch-2 space – mark it with stitch marker), Sl St in top of last TR (see Note),
(HDC, SC, HDC) in 4th Ch,
Second Tooth Root – TR in 4th Ch, Ch 2 (this makes second Ch-2 space – mark it with stitch marker), Sl St in top of last TR (see Note),
Ch 1, (HDC, 4 DC) in 4th Ch, Ch 3, Sl St in 4th Ch.
Rnd 2. Ch 3, SC in top of first St, 2 SC in each of next 2 Sts, SC in each of next 2 Sts, SC in Ch 1 St, SC in next St, Ch 1,
First Tooth Root – DC in marked first Ch-2 space, Ch 2, SC in top of last DC (See Note), Ch 1, SC in marked first Ch-2 space, remove marker,
SC in next St, Sl St in next St (this is SC stitch between Tooth roots), SC in each of next 2 Sts, Ch 1,
Second Tooth Root – DC in marked second Ch-2 space, Ch 2, SC in top of DC (See Note), Ch 1, SC in marked second Ch-2 space, remove marker,
SC in next Ch 1 stitch, SC in each of next 2 Sts, 2 SC in each of next 2 Sts, SC in next St, Ch 3, Sl St in center.
Block as necessary. Sew buttons for the eyes (or embroider them) and embroider a mouth.
Make a small crochet Heart Bow.
I hope you enjoyed this crochet Tooth applique free pattern!
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Ariele Stahl says
Is this pattern using American stitch jargon
Yes, the pattern is using US crochet terminology.
Hi I love all your patterns. Can you please tell me at the end of row 1, if the sl st should be made in the center, as I am a bit confused.
Yes! Sl St at the end of Rnd 1 should be made in the center.
I am sorry that you are having trouble with this pattern. You can send me an email at [email protected] and I will try to help you.
It would be great if you had a youtube channel and published this as a tutorial, I have a hard time following written patterns. I need this tutorial for a project
Can you tell me where you are having trouble? Please send me an email at [email protected] and I will try to help you.