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Garden Cocoon Baby Sack

By: Melody Rogers from melodys-makings.com
Garden Cocoon Baby Sack
Garden Cocoon Baby Sack
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"There’s nothing so endearing as tiny babies folded into tiny positions. This adorable pea pod style snuggle sack will keep your little one all cozily wrapped up in those first few weeks. Forget the swaddle and slip baby into this cute newborn cocoon. It’s also perfect as a newborn photo prop. This cocoon comes in one size suitable for an average size Newborn under 2 weeks of age. It is designed for a very snug fit around the baby, and although it does have lots of stretch, it will not fit babies over 9 lbs."

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Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is so cute. New babies love being swaddled and tucked in, because they were securely tucked in for 9 months. I could see something like this being very soothing and comforting for a newborn.

This is a very easy cocoon to make. The only problem I have with it is the pattern is for a newborn. I have made cocoons for babies which are a bit bigger. I can seem where you can increase the stitches to adjust the size. These are perfect when the weather gets a bit colder. I am sure you can also adjust the pattern to a lightweight yarn for a baby born in the warmer weather. Thank you for the pattern.

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