Popsicle Snuggy


Frozen treats are a must-have during those hot summer days. The one thing we might not like is how cold they are when we're holding them in our hands. With this simple crochet pattern you can make an easy Popsicle Snuggy to keep your hands warm and your popsicle cool. This crochet design can be worked up with your leftover yarn in all different crochet colors.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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My house use to be the kool-aid house when my boys were younger. For adults we have those wine charms. This would be the same thing but for kids and the really inexpensive popcicles I kept in the freezer all summer long.

Little hands would love these. Gone are the days of wrapping these in paper napkins that tend to get left in the strangest of places and have to be picked up by yours truly. My new moniker will be, no Popsicle snuggy, no Popsicle. I am sure that will encourage them to keep up with them.

This is another one of those projects that make you wonder why you didnt think of it first. Summer, kids, Freezie Popswhat could be more obvious!. The nice thing about this scrapbuster is that you dont have to use cotton yarn. Acrylic worsted will still do the trick because you just want to keep little hands from getting too cold. Since I usually serve the pops cut in half, Ill make some midget sizes, too.

My youngest used to wear mittens to eat his Ice pops. I made up a few of these and he loves them. Not only do they keep little hands from getting too cold, they help keep the ice pop frozen longer. They are really quick to make, and are great to have on hand.

Whoever first came up with this idea is a genius! I wish I had thought of these when I was a child. We all had to deal with frozen fingers or using a dish towel. They work up great and can be done up in almost any fiber. I like to use cotton because it's absorbent. They crochet up quickly and are very popular at craft fairs!


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