Infinity Crochet Baby Cocoon

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Infinity Crochet

What cuter way to wrap a baby than in an Infinity Crochet Baby Cocoon! The cables pop and add style and a touch of heirloom to this piece. It’s a perfect gift or to use in a photography session.

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Introducing Infinity Crochet

The cable design in this pattern is worked in a new and innovative crochet method developed by Briana Kepner, which creates clean and beautiful stitching called Infinity Crochet.

Want to see what this method looks like? Learn more about Infinity Crochet HERE

Infinity Crochet Baby Cocoon Supplies:

Size US H-8 (5mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle
8 Stitch Markers
1.25” (3.2 cm) Buttons (8 needed)
Rowan Creative Focus Worsted

Yardage: Newborn: 810 yards (740 m)
3-6 Month: 910 yards (832 m)

As long as gauge is met, yarn may be substituted with the following brands:
Lion Brand LB Collection Crepe Twist
Patons Classic Wool Worsted
Knit One, Crochet Too Brae Tweed
Red Heart Super Soft

Finished Measurements
Width 16” (40.7 cm)
From top of hood to bottom when folded and buttoned:
Newborn: 20” (51 cm); 3-6 Month: 24” (64 cm)


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