Ice Pop Cozy
An Ice pop cozy is one of those things I didn’t know I needed until I had a kid. Little kids like my six-year old, Chloe get ice-cold hands when trying to eat ice pops. Chloe always used to ask me to wrap a paper towel around the base of hers to keep her hands from getting frozen. I actually thought I invented the idea of making a little crocheted cozy for the ice pop but a quick search on Pinterest showed me that many people are making little knit ice pop covers to keep their little ones hands warm.
An ice pop cozy takes less than an hour to make and only uses a small amount of yarn. I used Red Heart brand yarn and a 4.5mm hook.
- Start by chaining 15 and connect the chain with a slip stitch. Continue to crochet with your favorite stitch. I used a different stitch for each of my cozies. One single crochet, one double crochet and one half double crochet.
- After you work your way around the loop connect your stitches with a slip stitch, chain one, flip it over and start crocheting around the other way. Repeat with each row you do.
- Crochet about 15-20 rows depending on how long you want the cozy to be.
- When you’ve achieved your ideal height use a slip stitch to tie off your work and weave in the ends.
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