Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set

Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set

Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set
Baby Chick Newborn Hat and Cocoon Set

"Use this simple crochet pattern to make a baby chick photo prop perfect for all spring babies! This unisex pattern includes instructions for both the cocoon and the baby chick hat. This pattern is beginner friendly. The stitches/abbreviations used in this pattern include: ch, sl st, SC, HDC, DC, and DC2Tog. This project is recommended as a photo prop only. This is not in any way suggested for infant sleep. If you want to make the hat safe for the baby to wear unsupervised please crochet they eyes instead of using buttons."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, I/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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For taking pictures or just for being cozy, this baby chick newborn hat and cocoon set is daring. The cocoon part can get a lot of wear before the little one outgrows it but if you are like me, this will be one of those items that get passed down in the family.

Now if I were a photographer, this would be in my props. It almost makes me want to try my hand at it and see if I could make a few extra bucks taking adorable pictures of babies dressed like this.

This set is so sweet, and if you work that hat just right, Baby will be able to wear it for a fairly long time. Cocoons are wonderful for newborns, but they do seem to grow out them shockingly fast! Although this is being released in time for Easter, the theme is appropriate for other times of the year, too. I would think it might appeal to the urban chicken farmer as well!


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