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About the designer

I am Natasja, 33 years old, I live in the Netherlands and am a crochet addict! I am a copywriter, editor and translator but in my spare time I love to crochet and to design new crochet patterns.

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Hooded newborn cocoon with hearts

from Met Stip Gehaakt
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Hooded newborn cocoon with hearts
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Hooded newborn cocoon with hearts hearts sleep sack baby
Hooded newborn cocoon with hearts sleep sack newborn

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet
  • double crochet
  • slip stitches

Pattern Description:

This is a super cute crochet pattern for a hooded baby cocoon/pod/photograpy prop/sleep sack/bunting bag with lovely hearts pattern! Soft and cozy for your little one!

This pattern is based on the hearts crochet stitch, derived from an afghan design of Mary Ann Frits ((c) 2003 American School of Needlework(tm)s Great Big Afghan Book, published by American School of Needlework. All rights reserved.) I have made some changes though.

Final size: approximately 65 cm long, 32 cm wide.

Worsted weight yarn, about 250 grams. I used Phildar Aviso, which is soft and strong, perfect for this cocoon!
Size H/5 mm crochet hook
Tapestry needle

Pattern available for download in Dutch and English.

Please take a look at my blog:

This pattern may not be copied, passed through, counterfeited or sold without written permission of the author. Finished products may be sold.

For each baby/child item the following applies: never leave the baby/child alone when wearing this product.


  • yarn
  • scissors
  • needle
  • crochet hook

Suggested yarn:

340 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Phildar Aviso



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