Make this quick baby cocoon crochet pattern for last minute baby gifts or to make a plush snuggle sack. You can make this crochet cocoon in 1 hour with no seams. It will be picture perfect from any angle.

No matter how organized I try to be I always need a last minute baby gift. I love to give handmade gifts. But they are time-consuming.  This baby cocoon crochet pattern will be your go-to.

It only takes 1 hour to crochet.

Whenever I give this crochet cocoon as a baby gift there’s a lot of ooooh’s and aaaah’s. Everyone passes around the crocheted cocoon because “you have to feel how soft this is”.

Baby Cocoon Crochet Pattern Crochet baby cocoon that will make a great last minute gift. The crochet baby sack can be made in 1 hour and is beginner friendly. Free baby cocoon crochet pattern
Photography Credit: KBothum Photography

The cocoon is crocheted from the bottom up in a continuous spiral. That means that you won’t be joining at the end of each round.  Instead of joining with a slip stitch, you’ll keep crocheting around and around until you have the finished size.

Add a stitch marker to the first stitch of the round to help you stay on track.

I know the lucky mom you gift this to will want to use the cocoon as a photo prop. It will be picture perfect from every angle. Crocheting in a continuous spiral ensures you won’t have a pesky seam.

The Double Duty Sash

The flower sash is simple to make with a few flowers, embellishments, and a glue gun. For the sash, I used a satin ribbon and cut it long enough to be worn by momma in maternity photos.

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What You Need

Crochet Abbreviations (US Terms)

  • hdc = half double crochet
  • st(s) = stitch(es)
  • sl st = slip stitch

Just Peachy Baby Cocoon Crochet Pattern

Make a magic circle

round 1: work 6 hdc in the magic circle, don’t join (6 sts)

round 2: 2 hdc in each st around (12 sts)

round 3: [2hdc in next st, 1 hdc in next st] repeat around (18 sts)

round 4: [2hdc in next st, 1 hdc in each of the next 2 sts] repeat around (24 sts)

round 5: [2hdc in next st, 1 hdc in each of the next 3 sts] repeat around (30 sts)

rounds 6-20: 1 hdc in each st around (30 sts)

After you’ve finished round 20, sl st into the next st. Cut your yarn and sew in the ends.

I didn’t permanently attach the sash. When you’re ready to use it just tie in a bow around the baby cocoon.

All that’s left to do is wrap up your baby gift and wait for the oooh’s and aaah’s.