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5 Baby Crochet Patterns: Animal Cocoons

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5 Baby Crochet Patterns: Animal CocoonsI'm sure you're well aware of this, but did you know that baby crochet patterns come in all different designs and patterns? Some of my all time favorite designs are the crochet baby cocoon patterns. These patterns are more unique than you might realize. Your typical crochet baby cocoon is something for baby to be swaddled in, but did you know you can make a baby cocoon photography prop? That's right! That's where all these fun baby crochet patterns come into play. If you aren't into professional picture taking, then you can at least have a cute Halloween costume, or an every day cocoon to keep your baby happy, healthy, and warm. You can also find them in our fabulous eBook 11 Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns!

 

5 Baby Crochet Patterns: Animal Cocoons

Free crochet baby patterns can be worked up in a short period of time whether they're for your little one or a friend's. The summer months are the most popular time for a baby to make his arrival into the world. Because of this, the weather is warm so you might not need to make free baby afghan patterns, but a cocoon will do.
 

Owl Baby CocoonOwl Baby Cocoon- This cocoon is by far one of my favorite baby crochet patterns of all time. How can you resist a sweet little owl face like this? This would make an adorable baby cocoon photography prop!

 

Giraffe Baby CocoonGiraffe Baby Cocoon- Here's where your colors and patterns can become really creative. Using different colors can produce different projects. Try using red and black to make a ladybug cocoon with this free crochet baby pattern.

 

Mermaid CocoonMermaid Cocoon- Now I know a mermaid isn't quite an animal, but I couldn't resist sharing this design with you. Not only will she feel cozy wrapped up in her cocoon, but you can get so many cute photos.

 

Newborn Caterpillar Cocoon- One of my favorite books as a kid was about a certain hungry caterpillar. Wrap your little one in this adorable baby cocoon while you read the book at the same time.

 

Crochet Frog CocoonCrochet Frog Cocoon- This adorable froggy pattern even comes with matching hat and bootie patterns for your baby. This works up as a complete little baby outfit!

 

 

 


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These are cute but ... robots aren't animals :D

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