Crochet an i-cord (right-handed version)
These DIY Umbilical Cord Ties Could Be Giving Babies Serious Infections
From milk bath maternity shoots to umbilical cord art, there's no shortage of newborn-related Pinterest trends that some moms are willing to try. But one fad, which has been gaining popularity online, might not be worth it, say doctors.
Some crafty moms are opting to skip medical umbilical cord clamps—which often stay on the baby's cord until it dries up—and are knitting their own versions instead. Hundreds of pattern ideas have already been shared on Instagram and , and it's not uncommon for the DIY ties to star in baby photo shoots and birth announcements.
Knitted ties are also popping up for sale online, making it easier for non-knitters to be part of the fashion trend, too.
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