Free Freeze Pop Crochet Pattern

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!

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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 Happy Sun Vegan Suede Labels

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


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


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.


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!

I also have a few printables, the ones seen in this post available as a free download, you can visit the blog post linked below to that post.

Free Freeze Pop Printables


2 thoughts on “Free Freeze Pop Crochet Pattern

  1. Sarah Igo says:

    I’m a little confused on whether you’re using an *actual* foundation chain or just using that term for a regular chain? I used a foundation chain and the first row doesn’t look the same as rows 2-3 because I tend to do those looser. The fact that you wrote to sc into the back bump of each ST makes me think regular chain? I had to use youtube to learn how to join the round of my Foundation Chain so I’m far from upset! I just wanted to clarify. I have a ton of Bernat Maker yarn, and love using it over cotton.

    • Savla says:

      I am using a foundation chain, I use a few different crochet books to find my terms, and all of them refer to the initial chain of stitches as a foundation chain. You may have been using a foundation single crochet (FSC abbreviation), which is different than a foundation chain, that is a technique that creates the foundation chain and the first row of single crochet at the same time, it is not the same as a foundation chain. A foundation chain I think is what you are referring to as a regular chain. Here is a link to a really good description of the foundation single crochet. I hope that helps clear up any confusion.

      You can however, use a FSC in this pattern, but you would skip the first step of sc into the back bump, as that would have done that essentially when you worked the FSC and move onto round 1.

      I am not a big fan of FSC so I tend to crochet into the back bump of my foundation chain instead.

      I hope this helps,

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