Having a hard time thinking of what to give your football buddy who just had a baby? Welcome him to this world by making him a baby football cocoon!
Warm and cozy, the little one will surely love taking his nap in his very own cocoon! It looks pretty plain and simple but you can add a few embellishments to it.
Make some football-related appliques or you can also crochet some pretty flowers. For added cuteness, you can also add pompoms to the beanie.
When it's naptime, Benjamin folds out as a striped toddler blanket, then rolls back into his shell for a cuddly companion the rest of the day. Skill level: Intermediate Finished blanket measures approximately 50" long by 28” wide (with instructions to make it longer if necessary). When rolled up, Benjamin measures approximately 18” long by 10” wide by 7” tall. Turtle is created using the African Flower motif. Materials you will need: Worsted weight yarn (I Love This Yarn) 21 oz. dark olive 6 oz. light green 5 oz. tan 2 oz. gold Size H (5.0 mm) crochet hook Fiberfil Yarn needle Two 10-mm black safety eyes Three 7/8”-1” buttons
In addition to animals, flowers are a frequent source of inspiration for baby cocoon patterns. Anne Geddes photography has surely been a large reason for this. Here is a tulip crochet baby cocoon pattern that combines a fairly simple bottom with a detailed floral hat. This one is a great choice for photographing babies in spring and summer, although if you adjust the colors, it's a design that could be used year-round.
Tulip Hat and Cocoon by Tiny Pushes
I got my start as a designer in the photography prop industry. It was soon after I had my first son I loved anything newborn related. By the time I had my second son, I had such a passion for newborn photography that I had become a newborn photographer. While I no longer take photography clients, I still enjoy designing newborn props. It's also nostalgia for when mine were so little. If I could reverse time, I would put my baby boys in this cuddly Newborn Penguin Crochet Outfit outfit. You don't have to be little to enjoy this penguin stuffy! He is cute for holiday decor or to just have around. And of course, I think he makes a great gift for all ages.
When you think of items for a baby's layette, you likely picture an assortment of onesies and sweaters. But what about creating a crochet baby cocoon the next time you are invited to a baby shower? With the Cuddly Crochet Cable Baby Cocoon, the new arrival will enjoy being cuddled in this timeless and elegant accessory. This pattern is also a great use of the popular crochet cable stitch. The new parents will love receiving such a beautiful and stylish addition to their little one's wardrobe, too, and will love incorporating the cocoon in the baby's first professional photos.
Got a summer baby that needs to be kept warm and snuggly at an outdoor evening event? Watermelon-themed crochet patterns are perfect for summer. This baby cocoon pattern will have everyone cooing over the little one's cuteness.