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Crocheted Freeze Pop Holder Pattern - FREE!



If you're kids are anything like mine, then they LOVE freeze pops.  And if you are anything like me, you LOVE them as well because they are the cheapest summer treats out there!

My children, including my 2 year old, all love these pops, and would eat them all day long in the summer.  I don't let them, because, yes, they do have sugar in them.  They are great though, on hot days, or after a long walk with the kids, to send them outside to have a pop.

The only problem, is that they go through so many paper towels, because they pops, are well, frozen, and too cold for their delicate hands to hold onto for that long!

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Sooo..I've made up a pattern for some crocheted holders for said pops.  I know you can probably find other patterns out there, but I really just wanted a nice simple one that would be quick to work up, and, the best part, would use up some of my scrap yarn.

Here is my free pattern for these, or you can just buy them in my shop already made here (under miscellaneous).  Just make sure to put which colors you want.

Materials:
Yarn - I used regular acrylic worsted weighted yarn, just a small amount
Hook - G 4mm
Crochet needle to sew in the ends.

Do not join - just do continuous rounds.
Pattern:
Ch 6
Round 1:  sc in first 4 st, 3 sc in last stitch, turn and sc in next 3, 2sc in last stitch (same as where you did your first sc in round) (12 st)
Rounds 2 - 23: sc in each st around
sl st in next two stitches, and tie off the ends.


They will end up being about 5.5" long.  If you want them longer or shorter, just add, or takeaway, some of the repeat rows.







You can buy these pop holders in my Square Market Store!!!


Comments

  1. These are awesome! I have never tried to crochet, only sewing. Trying it out now with this pattern...thank you!

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    1. It's a very simple pattern! You'll do great!

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  2. These are so stinking brilliant! I'm going to remember these for gifts, and I'm sending my yarn loving sister this pattern.

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  3. super cute! I can't crochet do to serve carpel tunnel in both wrist. I tried, I bought everything thinking it could be a great way to help my stress but instead gave me pain.

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    1. That's too bad, I don't know what I would do if I couldn't crochet to relax!!!

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  4. These are incredibly cute and practical. Could have used these daily when my kids were growing up. What a creative idea!

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    1. Yes! My kids eat these almost every day in the summer, so I know they'll be put to good use.

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  5. This is a great idea! My kids would love to have some of these just because they are fun! Often time my kids are more concerned about their brain freezing but they would have a blast with these on their freeze pops. Just in time for summer too!

    Cheers

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    1. My kids love them! They usually have to use a paper towel because they complain their hands are too cold!

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  6. This is adorable! Especially for kids!

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  7. I will try this for my daughter. She will like it, and I love to crochet!

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  8. I don't know how to crochet, but this is just too cute! Makes me want to learn how to do it!

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    1. Well if you learn this is a super easy pattern!

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  9. Omg this is the greatest invention ever!! So awesome!

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  10. This is such a smart idea! My kids also love freeze pops, but hate holding them. I wish I could crochet, but instead I'll have a look around your shop. thanks!

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    1. You should! There's lots of fun things there. :)

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