Free Freeze Pop Printables

Free Freeze Pop Templates and Pattern

A fun set of summer and animal themed printables for crochet freeze pop sleeves!

I had someone mention needing a printable for crochet freeze pop sleeves so I made a set for them and then got a bit carried away and ended up making 7 different fun animal freeze pop holders and some for summer. But I didn’t stop there, I also designed a few suede labels to be added onto simple frozen treats and Frozen Cocktails so I thought I would share that pattern here too 🙂

After making up the freeze pop holder printables I decided to search the web for some patterns to go with the animal printable templates and to my surprise I found a pattern set that included a freeze pop sleeve for each of the animals I had made for my printables! How wild is that, I really thought I was going to have to find a few different patterns to find a shark, mermaid, unicorn, dinosaur and giraffe, but I found them all in one set. I also had a bee and an alligator, but the pattern that I found can very easily be converted to a bee or an alligator, so now I was set and just needed to make some to photograph with my new printables!

The crochet FUN Freeze Pop Holder pattern that I found is by Green Fox Farms Designs she has a free version of the pattern on her website, but if you are like me and like printing out your patterns she has a very reasonably priced version available on Ravelry.

Fun Freeze Pop Holder PDF Crochet Pattern by Green Fox Farms Designs

Freeze Pop Sleeve Printables

Printable Freeze Pop Sleeve Holders

Cocktail Freeze Pop Sleeve Crochet Pattern

Click on the button to access the free printable Download

Summer Freeze Pop Sleeve Holder Printable Animal FUN Freeze Pop Sleeve Holder Printable Frozen Cocktail Freeze Pop Sleeve Holder Printable

Simple Crochet Freeze Pop Sleeve Holder Pattern

Simple Freeze Pop Sleeve Pattern

This is a quick little project that has such a great use. My kiddos do not like eating a freeze pop without using a sleeve, so I started making these a couple of years ago and decided this year I would write up a pattern for it and share with you.

Crochet Cocktail Freeze Pop Sleeve Pattern
Oh, and these make great frozen cocktail sleeve holders too!

Let’s Get Started!

Materials for Completion

Bulky Yarn ( Yarn Weight – 5 Medium)

Yarn used: Bernat Maker Home Dec

US J10 6mm Crochet Hook

Darning or Yarn Needle

Scissors

Vegan Suede Tags (optional, but they sure do make these freeze pop holders fun!)

Size

Approximately 5 ” Tall  x 2.5” Wide measured flat and unstretched.

Yarn used will change the measurement, if you use a different yarn or hook you may have to change the number of chains for your foundation chain. My foundation chain measured 4″ before I started, so if you use a different size yarn, you may be able to chain as many stitches (it doesn’t matter if you have an odd or even number for this pattern) that measures 4″ to start. When doing the repeat rows 5-12 you may have to work more or less rows depending on the yarn and hook you choose.

Terms

ch = chain     sc-blo = single crochet, back loop only sc = single crochet         slst = slip stitch       st(s) = stitch(es)  

The ch1 at the beginning of each round does not count as a stitch.

Make a foundation chain of 14, join into a ring with a slip stitch, sc into the back bump of each stitch.

Round 1: ch1, sc-blo into each stitch around. Join with a slst (14)

Rounds 2 & 3: rep round 1.

Round 4: :ch1, sc into each st. Join with a slst (14)

Round 5-12: rep row 4.

Round 13: ch1, sc-blo into each stitch around. Join with a slst (14)

Round 14 & 15: rep round 1.

Cut yarn and weave all ends. Add a vegan suede tag with a Rivet/Chicago Screw or use a sew on vegan suede tag.

Thank you for making it this far

I hope you find this pattern easy to follow! I have had a lot of fun making these freeze pop sleeves they are just the right thing to keep little hands from getting too cold when enjoying a freeze pop!

If you have the time I would appreciate it if you would visit my Etsy Shop, sales on patterns and tags help me out a lot so that I can keep adding tutorials like these on my blog. I choose to not have pop up ads, I love not having ads all over my site, I don’t want to add ads other than a few affiliate links here and there to my posts as I think ads really ruin the viewing experience. I am hoping if I can continue to make sales in my Etsy Shop to help me with my finances I can continue to add freebies to my site.

Here are a few of the vegan suede labels from my shop that I like to use with my freeze pop sleeves!

Rainbow Vegan Suede Tags Hello Summer Vegan Suede Tags Heart Vegan Suede Labels

Thank you so much 🙂

Savla

 

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