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34 Crochet Baby Patterns: Crochet Baby Cocoons and Hats

Make a baby cocoon crochet pattern to keep your little one warm!

By: The Editors of AllFreeCrochet.com
Updated October 24, 2018
Crochet Baby Cocoons and Hats

Is there a little one in your life who deserves something extra special and cute? Baby fever exists year round, and once baby gets here they need all the love and comfort you can give them. Crochet baby cocoon patterns are the greatest crochet designs to work up as they will keep baby nice and warm.

Because not all moms-to-be find out what gender they're going to have, gender neutral is the way to go. To start, try giving a baby cocoon crochet pattern a try: they're quite the rage! Your baby will be snuggled nice and tight in any of these crochet cocoon patterns. If you're not expecting a baby yourself, then indulge in the fun anyway and work up a pattern for a friend who is. Aside from crochet cocoons, you can also work up some baby hat crochet patterns. We've put together the cutest collection of our favorite free crochet baby patterns to help you see what you can make your bundle of joy or share the excitement at a baby shower.

You can start by checking out this video tutorial for the Adorable Crochet Baby Cocoon, a perfectly purple option that would make a lovely gift. 

Crochet Baby Cocoon Patterns

Just Peachy Baby Cocoon

Some of our most popular baby crochet patterns are listed below in this great collection. And why wouldn't they be popular? Baby cocoons are some of the cutest gift options for newborns. If you're not quite sure what crochet baby cocoon patterns are for, it's simple. These items keep your baby warm, cozy and feel safe. Some patterns are easier to work up than others, but the end result is just so adorable.

This Just Peachy Baby Cocoon is just one example of the kind of preciousness you will encounter among these cocoon patterns. Moms will love how comforting these baby cocoons are since they keep their little one wrapped up tight and feeling swaddled. There are so many ways to personalize a baby cocoon, whether it be crocheting one in the baby's nursery colors, making something themed for a season or holiday, or working up a set that corresponds with mom's favorite animal.  

  • Baby Cocoon and Hat

    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, so even if you're a little unsure, you can absolutely work these up. 

  • Baby Cozy or Cocoon

    Learn how to make a super soft Baby Cozy or Cocoon with these easy-to-follow instructions. Single crochet and double crochet is used for this crochet baby cocoon; it's a great pattern for beginners. Keep baby warm and snuggly with this project.

  • Pipsqueak Baby Cocoon and Hat

    Using the new Bernat Pipsqueak yarn and free crochet pattern you can make this Baby Cocoon and Hat for your new little one. This is an easy to intermediate pattern you will want to add to your collection of projects.

  • Pretty Baby Cocoon

    Instead of a plain old baby blanket, try out this Pretty Baby Cocoon. It is a fancier version of bunting, and it is a great way to bring your sleeping baby out if you have to. This is an elegant-looking crochet cocoon that new moms will adore. 

  • Owl Baby Cocoon

    Crochet baby cocoon patterns are great gift ideas to give that expectant mom. Make this adorable Owl Baby Cocoon to keep baby comfy and cozy - it just takes some super bulky yarn and a J crochet hook. This intermediate project is worked in the round, which makes for some fast crocheting. 

  • Coziest Cocoon Ever

    Any baby will love being wrapped up in this crocheted cocoon. There are lots of different crocheted cocoon designs to choose from these days, but super bulky baby yarn makes this pattern the Coziest Cocoon Ever. Use it as a photo prop to create adorable, one-of-a-kind images that you'll cherish forever. 

  • Crochet Ice Cream Cone Cocoon and Hat

    This Crochet Ice Cream Cone Cocoon and Hat is just the thing every mom needs for the summer months when we can't stop screaming for ice cream. The coordinating cocoon and hat makes for the most adorable baby set you have ever seen. It would be a great gift for a summer baby shower.

  • Caterpillar Baby Cocoon Set

    This simple Caterpillar Baby Cocoon Set is such a fun pattern to work up. It uses an I and F hook and is worked up in easy-care worsted weight acrylic yarn. It would be so adorable as a newborn photography prop. There is also a video tutorial so you can easily follow along that way if you prefer.

  • Crochet Baby Cocoon and Hat Set

    If you need a unisex pattern for your next baby shower, you will love this Crochet Baby Cocoon and Hat Set. It's a beginner-friendly set that is neutral and simple enough that any mom would want it. The pom poms give it that special finishing touch that keeps it from being too plain and boring. 

  • Lemonade Cocoon and Hat Set

    Baby blankets are definitely cute, but this Lemonade Cocoon and Hat Set is an option that is equally, if not more, adorable and soft and cozy. The bright yellow color in the set is offset by the neutral white and gray, making it bright and cheerful without being too over the top. 

  • Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set

    This Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set is a perfect pattern to make for spring babies. It would be so cute to bring out once it comes time for family photos at your Easter gathering. You won't believe how incredibly cute this newborn set is. 

  • Serene Baby Cocoon

    You'll love the calming blue color of this Serene Baby Cocoon. It will give both baby and mom a tranquil feeling as she rocks her baby. It is such a soft and cozy pattern with a beautiful, elegant look. The pattern includes a handy sizing chart.

  • Mystic Mermaid Cocoon

    Fall in love with this Mystic Mermaid Cocoon pattern that is completely unforgettable. This one-of-a-kind crochet cocoon pattern makes me think that it should be used for photo shoots so that you can capture those perfect moments of your little ones. 

  • Amazing Grace Baby Cocoon

    You will love how colorful and bold this Amazing Grace Baby Cocoon is. If you know an infant suffering from illness or displacement, this would be the perfect pattern to make for them. It's so beautiful that you'll even want to make a few. 

  • Cuddly Crochet Cable Baby Cocoon

    When you think of items for a baby's layette, you likely picture an assortment of onesies and sweaters. But what about creating a crochet baby cocoon the next time you are invited to a baby shower? With the Cuddly Crochet Cable Baby Cocoon, the new arrival will enjoy being cuddled in this timeless and elegant accessory.

  • Adorable Crochet Baby Cocoon

    If you are looking for a baby shower gift to give your friend, this Adorable Crochet Baby Cocoon is exactly what you need. Not only do you get to make a crochet baby cocoon, but you also get the pattern for a matching crochet hat. This way you have an adorable set that any expecting mother would love to have.

Baby Hat Crochet Patterns

Teddy Bear Crochet Hat

If you don't want to make a crochet baby cocoon for the baby in your life, a baby hat crochet pattern is another way to go. There's something about a baby hat that is so adorable, maybe because it brings attention to your little one's precious, tiny face. Plus, there are so many different types of hats you can make, whether it's a crochet baby beanie, crochet earflap hat, crochet baby bonnet, or more. 

This Teddy Bear Crochet Hat is so wonderful because it combines a baby hat with the popular teddy bear theme. Hats like this one are so special because they are cozy and serve their purpose of keeping baby warm and comfy, but they can also be super fun to make and look at and will put a smile on your face. There are plenty more animal-themed baby hats below, plus more adorable options. 

  • Hershey Kiss Hat

    This free baby hat pattern is scrumptious! A Hershey Kiss Hat will look sweet on any newborn. It would make a wonderful and unique baby shower gift that both the mom and guests will remember forever.

  • Basket Weave Baby Hat

    Keep your favorite baby warm with the Basket Weave Baby Hat. Basket weave crochet gives your work a texture that will make any baby feel cozy. Work with a light weight yarn in a soft color to make this the perfect gift for a newborn baby.

  • Button Flap Beanie - Preemie

    Are you looking for a hat for that new preemie in your life? Make a Button Flap Beanie with this free crochet baby pattern. This size is for a preemie, but there's another pattern for a newborn. The hat is worked in rounds using a button for the finishing touch.

  • Crochet Monkey Hat

    Have some fun with your little baby and monkey around with them while they wear this silly Crochet Monkey Hat. The pattern includes directions on how to make this free crochet hat pattern for ages six to twelve months. Little babies look absolutely adorable in an animal-themed hat like this cute monkey hat. 

  • Purple and Gray Earflap Hat

    This Purple and Gray Earflap Hat is adorable. The pattern is made for babies nine to 12 months, but provides instructions for other sizes as well. The pom on the top is the perfect embellishment for this baby crochet hat pattern.

  • Thick and Thin Striped Beanie

    Using this free crochet pattern, you can make a thick and thin striped beanie for that newborn in your life. Single and double crochet stitches are used, making this an easy crochet pattern to work up. You can make it in any color you choose. 

  • Sunflower Crochet Baby Hat

    This Sunflower Crochet Baby Hat is the perfect baby hat to make for the summer seasons. It looks like something you might find in a baby boutique but is actually so simple to make. It will add sunshine and cheer to those rainy days of spring and summer, as well. 

  • Vintage Pearl Baby Hat

    The Vintage Pearl Baby Hat is something that any grandmother would love to make for her precious granddaughter. The soft pink color and pearl details make this baby hat look so elegant and like your baby belongs in an Old Hollywood movie. It has the perfect amount of vintage glam. 

  • Adorable Owl Crochet Baby Hat

    The Adorable Owl Crochet Baby Hat is a super cute way to keep your little one's head warm and toasty. The crochet baby hat pattern has ear flaps, so your child's ears will stay protected from the elements. The neutral colors of this pattern makes it ideal for both little boys and little girls.

  • Baby Elephant Crochet Hat

    You don't have to visit the zoo in order to see elephants! Crochet your very own with this insanely cute Elephant Crochet Hat. Made with Lion Brand Heartland yarn, this crochet hat pattern was designed with newborns in mind, but it shouldn't be too hard to adjust the size. 

  • Heirloom Flower Bonnet Crochet Pattern

    The Heirloom Flower Bonnet Crochet Pattern walks you through the steps of creating your own floral bonnet for any size, with any hooks or yarn. Create a newborn-sized one for any announcement photoshoot or work up a toddler-sized one for an Easter accessory. 

  • Crochet Hippo Baby Hat

    All babies need hats that can match how cute they are, and this Crochet Hippo Baby Hat comes pretty close. This adorable crochet hat will keep your baby's head and ears warm while staying put, unlike many other hats that slip and slide right off. 

  • Splish Splash Crochet Hat Pattern

    Getting ready for a fun summer vacation, or simply live in a warm climate area? Protect your little one with this adorable Splish Splash Crochet Hat Pattern. The visor will help keep the sun out of baby's face and the sea creatures will add the perfect finishing touch.

  • The Parker Newborn Hat

    The Parker Newborn Hat is easy, quick and so versatile. It's a basic and gender-neutral pattern that will be an everyday go-to. It is one of the most popular baby hats on our site and is a beginner project that uses mostly double crochets. 

  • Classic Earflaps Crochet Baby Hat

    Protecting babies from the cold is very important, so this Classic Earflaps Crochet Baby Hat is just the item for the new little one. This free crochet baby hat pattern keeps it simple, with super bulky yarn, basic crochet stitches, and braided earflaps. 

  • Sweet Cupcake Crochet Baby Beanie

    Although it is common knowledge that babies look adorable in basically anything, this Sweet Cupcake Crochet Baby Beanie sets the bar extremely high with its quirky take on crochet baby beanies. This hat does not cut any corners in its design, from the fun sprinkles to the cherry on top. 

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This is a really nice collection, especially for Beginners. Ive worked up a couple of the cocoons already and that embedded video pretty much explains away the mysteries of shaping the bag part. As for the hats, Ive worked several of them up as well, but there were a few that were new to me. Kudos for the hard work assembling this collection!

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