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Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set
Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set
Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set
Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set
Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit in the round

Pattern Description:

Newborn Hat & Cocoon Colorwork Knit Set is a great gift to make for someone special. Approximate size of hat 12" in diameter and will stretch as well as the 19.5 by 22" in diameter cocoon.

Any style of yarn will work to create this set. Skill level is easy, simple knit stitches, hand sewing and pompom making are involved to complete this pattern.

Pattern includes a materials list and detailed instructions including colorwork pattern (in English).

PDF is a 3 page down load with the written instructions and photos. (451 KB)

Since this is a pdf download it is non refundable.

If you need help creating your newborn gift set after looking over the pattern, please feel free to contact me. I will be happy to help.

Yes, you can sell your finished work, please state that it was created from a Monique Rae Design.

Please respect the copyright and do not sell, copy, share or distribute the pattern itself.

Thank you for your understanding. Monique Rae


18 sts and 26 knitted rows = 4x4 inch garter stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • hat 12"
  • cocoon 19.5 x 11"


  • pompom maker
  • 16" & 24" circular needles US 6 (4.0mm UK/Canadian 8)
  • or double pointed

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle

Suggested yarn:

400 yards of Worsted weight

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