Baby Cocoon, Snuggly, Sleep Sack, Wrap Knitting Patterns
Snuggle your baby with these knitting patterns. There are bunting bags and sleep sacks to keep your baby cozy, cocoons perfect for costumes and newborn photo props, and wraps to swaddle. Great for shower gifts!
To get the patterns, scroll down the page and click on the link for the individual pattern you want.
Free Knitting Patterns
Owl Sleep Sack and Matching Hat
Owl cables decorate this sleep sack and hat designed by Comfort Wool.
- Get the free knitting pattern for the sleep slack
- Get the free knitting pattern for the matching hat
- More Owl Knitting Patterns
Petite Pep Squad Cocoon
Knit this cocoon in your team’s colors!
Hazelnut Bunting Bag
This sleep sack by DROPS design features a hood and buttoned front in seed stitch. A quick project in super bulky yarn. Sizes 1/3 – 6/9 – 12/18 months (2 – 3/4) years
Penguin Baby Bunting Bag
This design by Yarnplaza is cute and cuddly.
Baby Snuggle Wrap
This hooded wrap by Stitch Me Softly is knit in stockinette with moss stitch borders.
Cozy in Cables Sleep Sack and Matching Hat
Designed by Suzetta of Suzie’s Stuff.
Kicking Bag for Babies
Annika’s design is great way to use up leftover stash sock yarn to create a one of kind gift. Pictured project by MirabaiKnits
Butterfly Baby Wrap
Victoria Phillips created this sack to be easy to get baby in and out of. It gets its name from the winged opening that allows you to adjust the snugness. Great for multi color yarn.
Comfy Baby Cocoon and Cap
Easy stretchy ribbed sleep sack with matching hat by Kim Kotary
Cozy Hooded Sleeping Sack
Designed by Faina Goberstein for Annie’s. Recommended yarn available on pattern page
Strawberry Baby Cocoon
Designed by Bernat with a cozy texture and leaves for baby to play with.
Shell Lace Bunting
Lion Brand Yarn’s bunting features shell stitch in alternating stripes. The original pattern buttons in the front though this project shows a zipper variation.
Cottontail Bunny Cocoon and Hat
Julie Farmer designed this adorable set for Red Heart.
Nikki Van De Car of What to Knit When You’re Expecting designed this “baby cozy” with matching hat.
Cable Bunting Bag
This sleep sack by DROPS Design features a hood and buttoned front with cables. Sizes 1/3 – 6/9 – 12/18 months (2 – 3/4) years
Sock Baby Snuggler
Shelley Hilton designed a cocoon inspired by sock monkeys. Of course you can change the colors to make a striped sleep sack of yuor own. Note that the hat was added by another knitter megzoxx and not part of the pattern.
Snuggle Sack and Bonus Hat
Purl Soho designed this cozy cocoon with hood and zipper.
Patterns for Purchase
Baby Mermaid Tail Cocoon
Great as a newborn photo prop.
Caterpillar Baby Cocoon and Hat
Great as a newborn photo prop and for swaddling! Both the cocoon and the hat are knit in the round, with basic knit and purl stitches, and no seam to sew — VERY EASY! Great for stash busting!
Quacky Ducky Baby Cocoon and Hat
This adorable duck baby set pattern is written row-by-row with many step-by-step pictures, easy to follow.
Little Yoda Baby Bunting and Hat
A beginner level pattern perfect for the youngest Star Wars fan. The sleep sack is a simple knit pearl rib that stretches to snuggle. The sleep sack pattern has several variations, so you can choose the one you like the best.
Cabled Baby Bunting
This baby bunting is knit from the top down using bulky wool and size US #9 needle. Size: 0-9 months ( 21″ chest circumference)
Football Baby Cocoon and Hat
For the young sports fan! Hat comes in two sizes: newborn/preemie and 0-6 months.You can knit in the round or knit flat and seam.
Simple Sleep Sack
This sleep sack is one of 60 patterns in 60 More Quick Baby Knits: Adorable Projects for Newborns to Tots. Sized for Newborn-3 mos
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!