Honey Cocoon Crochet Pattern

Friday, January 11, 2019

Are you excited for this Honey Cocoon pattern as much as I am excited to share it with all of you?

I absolutely love anything that adds layers to my outfit. I hope that you do too because there will be a lot of patterns from Modesty by Laura in the future that will help add dimension to your everyday look.

This cocoon pattern is literally made from a simple rectangle. So if you're new to crocheting, this is just for you. The rectangle you crochet will be seamed up the sides to create armholes and then a border will be crocheted along the edges to give the piece a clean look.

The yarn used for this project was Lion Brand's Heartland and I have to tell you, it is now my favorite yarn. I worked with quite a few yarns but I have to say that I am in love with this one. If you haven't worked with Heartland before, go out and buy some. It will not disappoint you. It's soft and has a nice weight. The drape is beautiful on this cocoon.

The stitch used for the majority of this pattern is the lemon peel stitch. It is a series of single and double crochets alternating. Super easy and very beginner friendly.

For a nice finish, the reverse single crochet is used. It is a very unique stitch and I love the way it looks. You can trust me when I say that I'll probably use it a lot in my designs.

The body of the cocoon measures roughly around 40“ x 35” for S/M and  43”x 38” for the L/XL.
The pattern is written for S/M and L/XL written in the ( ).


5 (6) skeins of Lion Brand Heartland in Bryce Canyon (mustard) or in Kings Canyon (green)
6.5mm hook
Tapestry Needle


For an inexpensive ad-free hardcopy of this pattern, visit Etsy or Ravelry.
To save this pattern on Pinterest for later, visit Pinterest.

Tag me on Facebook or Instagram with your completed Honey Cocoons! Would love to see your finished work!

Happy crocheting!



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