INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF PATTERN:
This pattern will be available for download as soon as payment clears.
This is a PDF CROCHET PATTERN to make a baby cocoon or swaddle sack, NOT the actual finished item. There will be no refunds for failure to read the listing details, this listing is clearly for a crochet pattern.
This is a PDF pattern for a simple baby cocoon or swaddle sack. This pattern coordinates perfectly with the following patterns: Lion/Lioness Baby Bonnet, Ribbed Baby Bear Bonnet, Traditional Vintage Baby Bonnet, Flower Baby Bonnet, Puppy Dog Hat, Siamese Cat Hat and the Panda Hat, and many more. This makes a great set for a photo shoot or for a photographer who needs photo props!
Swaddle Sack: newborn only
Cocoon: preemie, newborn, 0-3 months and 3-6 months
Easy. Must be able to follow a written crochet pattern.
This pattern is written in STANDARD U.S. CROCHET TERMS and in English only.
Crochet Hook Size: "J" (6 mm)
Yarn: 6 oz of #4 worsted weight yarn
Notions: stitch marker, measuring tape, yarn needle (optional)
The PDF includes detailed written instructions for a crochet pattern. It does NOT include a photo tutorial, chart, video, or finished item. Please be confident of your skill level before purchasing.
There is no shipping charge for this item as it is a digital file. Your pattern (PDF file) will be available as an instant download as soon as payment clears. You will need Adobe to read this pattern, it can be downloaded for free online at www.adobe.com.
Due to the nature of patterns, there are no returns, exchanges, refunds, or cancellations. All sales are final.
You are welcome to sell your finished items however you like, but do not copy and/or redistribute this pattern, or alter it in any way to claim it as your own. Please provide a link to my website if you are selling your finished items online. If you change the name of the item when you sell it online, please provide the pattern name in the link so other customers can find the correct pattern.
You can link like this:
Basic Baby Cocoon (or Swaddle Sack) Pattern by Crochet by Jennifer, available at www.crochetbyjennifer.com
Kim Smith Photography and Dana Truett. Do not copy or use to sell your own finished items.