Crochet baby cocoon is such a cute and beautiful way of keeping the little ones warm and cozy.
It was so much fun making this crochet cocoon for my baby and he absolutely loves it. He has outgrown this crochet cocoon now; I am hoping to make him another one hopefully very soon.
This baby cocoon pattern is actually the second made specially for my baby. The first is this beautiful fluffy baby sleeping bag.
I love that this crochet cocoon can also doubles as a baby stoller blanket. I have added buttons to make the conversion much easier.
Not only would the added buttons make the conversion easier, its super helpful when changing baby’s diapers or pants during naps or sleeps. You just undo few buttons and untie the knot!
The crochet cocoon is a free pattern here on the blog. You can get the ad-free pattern on Ravelry or Etsy.
Materials needed for this easy baby crochet cocoon pattern
Yarn – Stylecraft special DK, #3 light weight (100% Acrylic 322 yards/295m per 3.5 oz/100g skein)
Sample made using Dark Grey (A) and light Grey (B)
Estimated Total Yardage – 780 yards
Hook – 4 mm Crochet Hook
Buttons – 8 pieces (10 mm each)
Gauge – 16 sts over 12 rows = 10 cm square/4” made in hdc
Difficulty – Easy
Terms – US Terminology
- Please kindly read through the pattern before starting.
- Any #3 weight can be used in colors of your choice.
- If using another weight of yarn, use the measurement provided as a guide.
- Chains at the beginning of the rows do not count as a stitch.
Chain – ch
Double crochet – dc
Single crochet – sc
Stitch – st
Front post hdc – FPhdc
Back post hdc – BPhdc
V stitch = (dc, ch 1, dc) in indicated stitch.
Dimension – 30” by 40”
This cocoon is worked in rows, with no sewing required.
You can increase or reduce the length/dimensions of your cocoon by simply increasing or decreasing your starting chains or repeats.
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Instruction for baby crochet cocoon pattern
Row 1: Hdc in 3rd chain from hook and in each ch across, turn. 117 hdc
Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in first st, *FPhdc around next st, BPhdc around next st, rep from * to last 2 sts, FPhdc around next st hdc in last st, turn. 58 FPhdc, 57 BPhdc, 2 hdc
Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in first st, *BPhdc around next st, FPhdc around next st, rep from * to last 2 sts, BPhdc around next st hdc in last st, turn. 58 BPhdc, 57 FPhdc, 2 hdc
Rows 4 – 7: Repeat Rows 2 – 3
Row 8: Ch 3, dc in each st across, turn. 117 dc
Row 9: Ch 3 (counts as a stitch here and throughout), *V st in next st, skip next 2 sts, rep from * to last 2 sts, skip next st, dc in last st, turn. 38 V st, 2 dc
Row 10: Ch 3, V st in each ch 1 sp across, dc in last st, turn. 38 V st, 2 dc
Rows 11 – 30: Rep Row 10
Fasten off A, join B
Rows 31 – 40: with B, Rep Row 10
Fasten off B, join A
Rows 41 – 51: With A, Rep Row 10
Do not fasten off
Crocheting down the side/edges of the panel
Row 1: With A, ch 1, 2 sc in each st/edge across. 102 sc
Button holes – Join yarn with a sl st to the edge of the other side
Repeat row 1 of edging.
Row 2: Ch 1, hdc in each st across, turn. 102 hdc
Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in first st, *ch 2, skip next 2 sts, hdc in next 8 sts, rep from * to the last st, hdc in last st, turn. 10 ch sp
Row 4: Ch 2, hdc in first st, *2 hdc in ch sp, hdc in next 8 sts, rep from * to last st, hdc in last st.
Sew buttons on the corresponding side of the panel.
With B, chain 150
Weave in ends, fasten off.
Weave the rope through the last V stitches of the main panel.
Optional – secure the rope on either side with tassel.
How to use
Fasten the rope to secure the lower end of the cocoon.
I hope you have fun making your own version of Tim’s cocoon? Kindly tag me as I would love to see your beautiful crochet baby cocoon