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Seaside Cottage Snuggle Cocoon and Hat


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This crochet pattern is for a gorgeous lace trimmed snuggle sack. The matching hat has a beautiful frilly Irish Rose. This is a heirloom quality item that is easy to make but will be treasured always. It makes a wonderful gift for that special baby. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain, single crochet, double crochet GAUGE 12 single crochet and 16 rows = 4 inches i SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Newborn SUGGESTED YARN 400 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Omega Fontana and Eulali COLORWAY Aqua and Cream

Recommended with this pattern

  • 400 Yards Omega Fontana Cotton Yarn - Aqua
  • Size E / 3.50 and Size J / 6.0 Crochet Hooks
  • or 400 yards of DK weight yarn and 250 yards of fingering weight yarn

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Betty Fay Wallace Designs
Betty Fay Wallace Designs
As with most of the talented Artists on this site, I have been creating items since early childhood. I learned many of my arts from my grandmother, aunts, and mother. I love to sew, work in the garden...any of those wonderful creative activities. I owned a Florist and Gift Shop for many years. I can't describe the joy I had in working with all those beautiful fresh flowers. Creating beautiful arrangements for weddings, birth of a baby or for the funeral of a loved one, was very personal to me. My shop was in a small town so I knew each of my customers well.. My current occupation is designing, creating, and selling handmade knit and crochet items. It is more than an occupation though. It is a passion. I especially love creating a heirloom item for babies. It is so much fun working with the Mothers, Grandmothers, and even occasionally a Father, to design just the right outfit for their new baby. While I have been designing my own items for a while, I have just started trying to put them into a pattern format for others to use. I hope to continue to add more patterns as time goes by. Thanks for stopping by!