If you checked out our last blog post you will find how easy it is to make a super cute pacifier holder/string.
DIY crochet bead kit this kit actually cups with a pacifier clip (https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Chewable-Pacifier-Teething-Accessories/dp/B076C6QGHC/ref=pd_sbs_75_4?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B076C6QGHC&pd_rd_r=N5Y494R5QVDTVFKWQCJT&pd_rd_w=SFG4p&pd_rd_wg=g00DO&psc=1&refRID=N5Y494R5QVDTVFKWQCJT)
wood pacifier clips (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01E3BH90U/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1)
I always lay out the design I'd like to use before I start just to make sure I like the order. I also typically put the wooden beads/teething beads closer to the pacifier as these are what I imagine my little one would like to chew on when she begins teething.
You will want to create a loop at one end of the string. This is how you will string the beads onto the pacifier so make sure it's about 3 fingers width wide.
Once you have tied the loop you can make a decorative end on it by tying many knots over each other.
Thread the needle and begin beading the string.
Once you've finished putting the beads on you will need to tie it onto the pacifier clip. I just used a simple knot, but you could do the knot pictured in this diagram I found on amazon:
Once you have tied everything off place the loop through the hole on the pacifier and pull the beads back through the loop on the other side.
All done! Now you have a beautiful pacifier clip!