Sweet Snuggle Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern

Do you know that very soon we´ll start the fall season, fresh cold days will be here again and we have to be extra prepare to keep warm and cosy our babies and babies friends! No worries! You can start casting on your sweet Snuggle Baby Cocoon now with this easy knitting pattern!

This is what you need:

Craft: Knitting
Yarn: worsted weight yarn
Needle Size: US 6 – 4mm straight Knitting Needles
US 8 – 5mm straigh Knitting Needles
Yardage: 700 yards
Size: up to 25 inch long baby

Two lovely knitting stitches are used on this pattern, the ribbin sides with buttons will help you to easily open and close the baby cocoon without disturb the baby, we don´t want angry babies, right?

Do not miss this great baby pattern!

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20 Responses

  1. Kim

    I love your Snuggle Baby Cocoon. It is such a gorgeous pattern. LOVE all those chunky cables!

  2. lilia Vanini

    Thank you so much Kim, this baby cocoon is so cute and fun to knit!

  3. Teresa

    Very sweet indeed, and a great gift for any new baby. Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  4. candy

    This is adorable for a new born.. Found you on Blogger’s Pit stop link party.

  5. lilia Vanini

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment and yes! this is one of my bestsellers knitting patterns, everybody love it!
    Thank you again

  6. Julie

    How lovely, a perfect gift for a new baby born in autumn or winter.

  7. Marilyn Lesniak

    Congratulations! Your post was my feature pick at #OverTheMoon this week. Each Hostess displays their own features so be sure to visit me on Sunday evening and to see your feature! I invite you to leave more links to be shared and commented upon. Please don’t forget to add your link numbers or post title so we can be sure to visit!

  8. lilia Vanini

    Oh!!! Thank you so much my dear Marilyn! and I love your blog parties, I participate every week!

  9. Roseann Hampton

    What a wonderful gift this would make! Thanks for sharing with us at The Blogger’s Pit Stop! Roseann from This Autoimmune Life

  10. lilia Vanini

    Thank you so much and yes! this is a great gift to have a baby cosy and warm this fall and winter!

  11. These are wonderful, shame that I don’t know how to crochet #happynow@_karendennis

  12. lilia Vanini

    You can learn! is easy and pattern include step by step instructions, also I offer help assistance for all my customers!
    Thank you for your lovely comment!

  13. Kerstin

    Hello lilia Vanini,

    in row 1 repeat from * to * six times more,
    in row 3 repeat from * to * five times more
    it is correct?


  14. lilia Vanini

    Hi Kerstin, yes! its correct that way, that is your knitting stitch, follow the instructions as is writting and you will be ok, let me know if you have any other questions, I always happy to help my customers!
    Happy Knitting!

  15. Kerstin

    Dear Lilia,
    Thanks for your answer. The mistake was in my translation. Sorry, my english is not so good.
    I am a knit beginner.
    I’m now at row 100… In February I get a granddaugther
    Best regards

  16. Sarah Inkpen

    Please confirm the hood section, it says repeat 12 rows 9 more times that would be 120 rows. The measurements given for the hood is 8 inches. Which is correct or am I doing something wrong?

  17. lilia Vanini

    Hello dear, the 120 rows are for back, front and hood, is knitting in one piece, let me know if you have any other questions, I will be happy to help you, Thank you and happy knitting!

  18. Janet

    What a gorgeous pattern!

  19. Malinda J

    I am a little confused on row two. The part where it says purl1(first yo), purl1-b(second yo) , cs. Is there a tutorial for this row?

  20. lilia Vanini

    Hello dear Malinda, the pattern have the direct email for pattern support, please contact me there and I will be happy to help you
    Thank you

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