15 Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern

Are you searching for a gift idea for a baby shower? Or maybe looking to knit something for your own baby? Work on baby cocoon knitting pattern. Baby cocoons are practical and functional. The enclosed blanket keeps a baby warm and comfortable while providing a sense of security.

Below are 15 baby cocoon knitting patterns. There are practical designs that can be appreciated by any new parents as well as whimsical and fun designs.

1. Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern by BeaCapesDesign

Here is a classic baby cocoon knitting pattern that is ideal for both boys and girls. This pattern is fun and easy to complete.

This is a beginner level knitting pattern. The cocoon is knit in the round using bulky (5) yarn and size 10.5 (6.5 mm) circular knitting needles. When completed, the project will measure approximately 22 inches (55.88 cm) long, 10 inches (25.4 cm) wide, and 20 inches (50.8 cm) in diameter.

Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern by BeaCapesDesign

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2. Newborn Hooded Knitted Baby Cocoon Pattern by cabinandcoveknits

Your baby will feel safe and secure in this hooded cocoon. It is a cute and snugly blanket intended to be used as a photo prop for newborns up to 4 weeks old.

This is an intermediate level knitting pattern. It calls for size 5 bulky weight yarn, US 15 (10 mm) 16″ circular knitting needles, 4 US 15 (10 mm) double pointed needles, a 6 mm crochet hook, a yarn needle, and a stitch marker.

Newborn Hooded Knitted Baby Cocoon Pattern by cabinandcoveknits

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3. Caterpillar Baby Cocoon and Hat Knitting Pattern by 4aSong

This is an adorable baby cocoon knitting pattern set that would be great for photo shoots. Or just looking cute and snugly.

Included are 2 pattern PDFs: newborn size and a little bigger. This is two knitting patterns in one. You can either make a multi-coloured cocoon or a textured ridged cocoon.

Caterpillar Baby Cocoon and Hat Knitting Pattern by 4aSong

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4. Knitted Baby Cocoon Sack and Cap Pattern by Bernat Design Studio

Make a matching cocoon and hat with this free baby cocoon knitting pattern. This cute, striped pattern can easily be customised for a boy or a girl. Or use a unisex colour and have a cocoon already made up for the next baby shower you are invited to.

The finished sack will measure approximately 20 inches (51 cm) around by 24 inches (61 cm) long. The hat will fit an average newborn-3 months.

Knitted Baby Cocoon Sack and Cap Pattern by Bernat Design Studio

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5. Newborn Baby Cocoon Knit Pattern by Natalya1905

If you already know the basics of knitting, you can make this baby cocoon knitting pattern for your next photo session. The pattern can be completed in as little as a couple of hours.

All you need are knitting needles and any bulky yarn of your choice.

Newborn Baby Cocoon Knit Pattern by Natalya1905

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6. Knit Baby Cocoon Pattern by MelodysMakings

This is an intermediate level baby cocoon knitting pattern. It requires extensive colour-work while carrying your yarn behind your project.

The baby cocoon knitting pattern is written out and there is a basic chart for your reference. This pattern calls for Worsted (4) weight yarn and a size US 9 (5.5 mm) double pointed knitting needles.

Knit Baby Cocoon Pattern by MelodysMakings

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7. Knitted Sleep Sack Free Pattern by Premier

This baby cocoon is made with super soft yarn to provide maximum comfort.

It is an intermediate level knitting pattern. It will fit sizes 12-24 months. The pattern calls for 4 skeins of Premier Yarns Hush Pastel Blue (40-06), 1 skein of Cream (40-02), US Size 9 (5.5 mm) straight needles and 16″ circular needles, a tapestry needle, stitch markers, a stitch holder, 8 – 1″ buttons, a sewing needle, and thread

Knitted Sleep Sack Free Pattern by Premier

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8. Knit Football Cocoon and Hat Pattern by DancingTurtle

This is a baby cocoon knitting pattern with a whimsical football motif. It can be made in any colour combination using soft chunky yarn. There are two hat sizes: newborn/preemie and 0-6 months.

The baby cocoon is knit in the round. Or you can knit it flat and sew it closed when finished.

Knit Football Cocoon and Hat Pattern by DancingTurtle

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9. Eden Cottage Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern by LiliaCraftParty

The Eden Cottage Baby Cocoon is a gorgeous piece. Instead of the normal bag type design, this pattern uses buttons, making it easier to get your baby in and out.

Completed, the baby cocoon (folded in half) measures 24 inches (61 cm) long by 15 inches (38 cm) wide.

Eden Cottage Baby Cocoon Knitting Pattern by LiliaCraftParty

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10. Easy Knitting Pattern for Baby Cocoon Sleeping Bag by PollysPrettyPatterns

Are you searching for a simple baby cocoon knitting pattern? This one is super simple to knit.

It is knit in King Cole Yummy yarn or an equivalent using US 10.5 (7 mm), US 10 (6 mm), and US 8 (5 mm) knitting needles. The cocoon will fit ages 0-9 and 9-18 months.

Easy Knitting Pattern for Baby Cocoon Sleeping Bag by PollysPrettyPatterns

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11. Knitting Pattern for a Baby Cocoon by PreciousNewbornKnits

Here is a lovely and easy-to-knit baby cocoon knitting pattern that makes a great gift. The pattern is suitable for beginners that know how to use simple knit and purl stitches.

The baby cocoon is knit flat on two needles. The pattern can be adapted to knitting in the round. The cocoon is sized to fit 0-6 months

Knitting Pattern for a Baby Cocoon by PreciousNewbornKnits

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12. Owlie Sleep Sack Pattern by Comfort Wool

This baby cocoon incorporates subtle owls around the rim. You could knit this free knitting pattern up quickly for an expecting parent.

The baby cocoon knitting pattern calls for Malabrigo Worsted yarn, 16” US 7 (circular needles, and US 7 double pointed needles.

Owlie Sleep Sack Pattern by Comfort Wool

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13. Loom Knit Santa Christmas Cocoon and Santa Hat Pattern by ThisMomentisGood

You only get one chance to create the perfect newborn baby Christmas photo. And this Santa Claus inspired baby cocoon is a wonderful choice. It does not get much cuter than this.

This is a loom baby cocoon knitting pattern that can be completed by a confident beginner. You will need a large gauge loom with 3/4″ peg spacing.

Loom Knit Santa Christmas Cocoon and Santa Hat Pattern by ThisMomentisGood

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14. Owl Knitting Pattern for a Baby Cocoon by ShiFio

This cocoon is perfect for newborn photo shoots. It would also make a fabulous baby shower gift.

The pattern includes 4 sizes: preemie 0-3 months, 3-6 months, and 6-12 months. Materials needed include UK Aran or USA Worsted (4) yarn, US 6 (4 mm) knitting needles, pins, a sewing needle, scissors, and a crochet hook.

More Knitted Owl Patterns here.

Owl Knitting Pattern for a Baby Cocoon by ShiFio

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15. The Baby Helix Bunting, a Knit Baby Cocoon Pattern by broodbaby

This baby cocoon knitting pattern is perfect for making a comfortable, soft, and cosy wrap for a newborn. There is no doubt it will be passed down through generations.

The sizing is for 0-3 months. Finished, it will measure 10.5 inches (26.67 cm) across (21 inches around), and 19 inches (48.26 cm) from the top of the bunting to the toe. The final length with the attached collar is about 21 inches (53.34 cm).

The Baby Helix Bunting, a Knit Baby Cocoon Pattern by broodbaby

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Keep your baby warm and snuggly with these baby cocoon knitting patterns.

Here’s more baby essentials , Knitted Baby Bonnet, Baby Blanket, Baby Bootie and Newborn Knitted hats to keep your baby warm.

Whether you are looking for a gift for a baby shower or are a photographer searching for cute baby photo shoot ideas, you cannot go wrong with a baby cocoon. And the best part is, that most baby cocoon knitting patterns can be completed by beginners.