SLEEP LIL' GLORY Sleep Sack/Coccoon

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SLEEP LIL' GLORY Sleep Sack/Coccoon Pattern


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Knitting: SLEEP LIL' GLORY Sleep Sack/Coccoon
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Girls, Boys, Petite, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic garter stitch and increasing/decreasing
  • very basic crochet skills (optional)

Pattern Description:

SLEEP LIL' GLORY knitting pattern

Designed, created and written by Cherished Baby Knits
(More detailed photos of this design are available on the above website)

Absolutely gorgeous Sleep Sack styled on the lovely Morning Glory flower to protect your reborn baby doll or keep baby warm or for your baby's very first photo shoot (PLEASE NOTE: This item must only be used with supervision.. never leave your baby unattended in a coccoon/sleep sack)

Instructions are for: Sleep Sack

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Chunky size: Newborn (18-22" in length)
  • DK size: prem (14-18" in length)
  • **But length is adjustable to suit...


  • 200-250 grams of Chunky or Double Knit in main color
  • 25-50 grams of Chunky or Double Knit for leaves
  • 10-20grams of ribbon/funky fur or fancy yarn for petal edges

You Will Also Need:

  • Chunky version: UK5 & 6 Knitting Needles (USA 8 & 7 - Metric 5.5mm & 5mm) ...
  • DK version: UK8 & 7 Knitting Needles (USA 5 & 6 - Metric 4mm & 4.5mm)...
  • UK6 (USA H/8 - Metric 5mm) crochet hook for petal edging
  • Length of ribbon for neck eyelets

About Designer

About Designer

CherishedKnits on

Designer of exclusive one of a kind baby/infant and reborn doll knitting patterns - also love and breed Chihuahuas and Toy Poodles :)
I am a mature grandma from the UK who is very happily getting her baby fix creating shuzzie lickle outfits for babies/infants and reborn dolls :)
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