Cozy Cocoon (Crochet)

SKU: L70258

This crochet blanket pattern is made with bulky weight yarn and has an easy (beginner+) level of difficulty.

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Pattern Designer
Teresa Chorzepa
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Blanket
Yarn Used
Baby Soft Boucle - 918
Pattern Gauge
12dc+ 7 1/2 rnds = about 4 in. (10 cm).
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail

Finished Circumference About 20 in. (51 cm)

Finished Length About 24 in. (61 cm)

Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Baby

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JSue
Super cute. Super Soft

I made three of these. Once I got used to working with this yarn I found it super fast. A metal hook is best as some of the colors tend to grip plastic or bamboo.

The loops tend to snag or grab so I used a loose tension and had much greater success. Also, marking the starting (or ending) of each round made it easier to keep up with them.

Finally, I marked every 10 rows to know when to stop. When I reached the top I also created a loop by doing a double-crochet combined with chain technique I read about. It's a better way to begin a crochet piece. The loop was genius as it makes for a handy hang-up. With the extra girth provided by the dc+ch method, it feels pretty solid.

One of my friends has a Winnie ther Pooh theme so I made this cozy with yellow/red/yellow. It's adorable.

Thanks for the inspiration!

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JSue
Super cute. Super Soft

I made three of these. Once I got used to working with this yarn I found it super fast. A metal hook is best as some of the colors tend to grip plastic or bamboo.

The loops tend to snag or grab so I used a loose tension and had much greater success. Also, marking the starting (or ending) of each round made it easier to keep up with them.

Finally, I marked every 10 rows to know when to stop. When I reached the top I also created a loop by doing a double-crochet combined with chain technique I read about. It's a better way to begin a crochet piece. The loop was genius as it makes for a handy hang-up. With the extra girth provided by the dc+ch method, it feels pretty solid.

One of my friends has a Winnie ther Pooh theme so I made this cozy with yellow/red/yellow. It's adorable.

Thanks for the inspiration!