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{FREE} RESOLVE : Cocoon Knitting Pattern

Grab the FREE RESOLVE: Cocoon Knitting Pattern, aka scoop shrug, blanket sweater, identity crisis garment :) Includes a video to add sleeves!


FREE Knitting Pattern! Chunky Lace Cocoon Jacket.


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:) About the Pattern:

  • Knits up in about 10-15 hours
  • Advanced beginner skill level
  • Includes 1 size, it’s easy to adjust larger & smaller
  • Knit Flat using knits, purls & YO’s
  • Plus, a video showing you how I sew up the seam & add the sleeves ;)

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:) Materials Needed:


:) Pattern, knit flat:

  • Row 1 = Right Side
  • CO 86 STS
  • Row 1: K1 *K2TOG, YO* K1
  • Row 2 & 4: *P*
  • Row 3: K1 *YO, K2TOG* K1
  • Repeat rows 1-4, 28 times or until desired length. {I used up 5 skeins of yarn, leaving 1 for the sleeves, which I used a little over half a skein for the sleeves.}
  • The CO STS create the width, which is the side that goes across your shoulders.
  • To make it wider, cast-on in multiples of 4.
  • This is knit from top to bottom, it’s super easy to adjust the length.
  • Block it to your desired dimensions {I blocked mine to measure 36” x 42”, it springs back, so I over stretched it a couple of inches.}
  • Lay flat, bring the short sides together and, sew about 10” from the end up to create the arm holes.

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:) Sleeves {optional}:

  • Watch the video below to pick-up stitches for the sleeves!
  • I used 26 STS for my sleeves.
  • I knit them in the *K1, P1* pattern.
  • Weave in the ends and it’s ready to wear ;)

:) Notes:

  • I quickly learned that I usually added an extra YO or missed the last YO on a row.
  • There are a lot of STS and I didn’t want to count them at the end of every even row, so when I came to the end of row I’d look back and see what my second stitch was.
  • If it was a K2TOG I knew that I needed to add a YO before the K1 at the end.
  • If the second stitch was a YO then I knew I needed to end the row on a K2TOG, K1.
  • For example:
  • Row 1: K1 *K2TOG, YO* K1 {make sure the 2nd to last stitch is a YO}
  • Row 2 & 4: *P*
  • Row 3: K1 *YO, K2TOG* K1 {make sure the 2nd to last stitch is a K2TOG}
  • I still ended up doing a lot of counting on my purl rows to double check to make sure I was right… and if I miss counted I counted again to triple check!

:) Abbreviations:


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