Crochet Freeze Pop Sleeves

Freeze pop sleeves are the perfect thing you need to enjoy popsicles without freezing your hands! These sleeves act like popsicle koozies to provide a barrier from the cold.

Child holding a freeze pop with a crochet sleeve to protect their hands from the cold.

Have the kids been enjoying the warm weather of summer?

If freeze pops are their favorite summertime treat, you need to make these sleeves!

The sleeves act like a koozie and protect their hands from the cold of the popsicle.

I would suggest that the sleeve is used for older kids as the freeze pop can slip out if they don’t hang on tightly enough.

If you have smaller children that love this delicious treat, you may consider these popsicle holders instead. These holders have a bottom in them so the freeze pop is more secure.

Again, I chose to work with 100% cotton yarn since for the same reasons as before.

Two popsicles laying on a wooden background. Both popsicles have freeze pop sleeves on them.

The sleeves can be made in 30 minutes or less!

Crochet Freeze Pop Sleeves Pattern

The size of the sleeve before finishing is 4.25 inches wide and 4.5 inches tall.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

  • 100% cotton yarn
  • G (4.00 mm) Hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle
Lily Sugar n Cream - Hot Blue

100% cotton yarn is perfect for kitchen projects.

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PATTERN:

Row 1: Chain 17. Single crochet into the second chain from the hook and continue single crocheting. Turn your work. Chain 1. (16 SC)

Row 2 – 17: Single crochet across (16 SC). Turn your work and chain 1.

Now, you will fold your work in half so you can single crochet the first row to the row 17.

Row 18: Single crochet across (16 SC) – making sure you crochet the ends together.

Cut your yarn and weave in your ends.

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One Comment

  1. Love this pattern. So clear to follow. Thanks for sharing this pop sleeves DIY tutorial.

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