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Snuggle baby up in this soft and cozy baby cocoon and hat. This free crochet baby pattern actually comes with two patterns as the name states, a swaddle and a hat. This is a beginner design perfect for those just learning to crochet.

Baby Cocoon and Hat

Beginner

Crochet Hook: K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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What does PM stand for in this pattern?

I love the baby cocoon and hat but it will not let me print the pattern, is this a printable pattern?

I just printed this same pattern off of www.redheart.com/free-patterns/baby-cocoon. Hope this helps you.

Going to make this for my cousin who is expecting a little son! He's totally going to love it!

Hi, Shelah. We are so happy to hear you enjoy our free patterns and that you are crafting for a good cause! Have you checked out our sister site, AllFreeSewing.com? If you like our free crochet patterns, you might enjoy our free sewing patterns as well! Thanks again! --Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Thank you so much for letting me download these patterns. I am disabled at this time and I sew and crochet for cancer patients both children and adults. I am also beginning to crochet for babies. It makes me feel good to help someone else. Sincerely, Shelah Skillern

@babs122060 8845160, PM usually stands for place marker. I hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

I need to know what PM means in this cocoon patten please

I consider myself not to be a beginner crocheter. But I am having trouble understanding the first part of the pattern. After I chain my 9 and do the SC to the end, when it says go to the opposite side of the chain and start the SC again. Does that mean I am crocheting on the "underside" of the chain? I know this is a pattern that does not turn for each round but goes around for each round, but I have taken this out almost a dozen times and can't seem to get it. Also I am using the type of yarn that is called for and it is very very hard to see the stitches. I even went up a hook or two to make it a little bigger and still have trouble. Can anyone help me? I love the pattern. I need to make this for my soon-to-be "great-grand-nephew. Any thoughts?

I have made several of these cocoons. The yarn is easier to knit than to crochet. They are awesome. Thanks for the pattern.

This type of yarn is easier to knit with then crochet. There are many other bulky baby yarns that could be used for this project. This particular yarn is very pretty for the coccon, but I also find it difficult to find the stitches to crochet.

Yippee! This is just what I wanted and needed for my new (first) grandbaby due early next year! Thank you so much for posting!!!

thanks you are the best

I found the yarn at Zellers (Canadian store). I think I also saw it at Walmart. This yarn is very difficult to work with. I counted out and wrote down the number of stitches between markers and then ticked them off when done. I couldn't see the stitches so I did them by "feel". It did get easier as I got used to the process. Good Luck!

I would like to make this pattern but have been unable to find the yarn anywhere. Has anyone out there found it?

Need help using this yarn can't seem to see to get from one stitch to another. Is there an easy way...

What does PM mean?

PM means Place Marker

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