Welcome to my very creative crocheting guest writer Amy!
Hello, My name is Amy and I love to crochet and create my own patterns! I live in Michigan with my Great husband and two sweet daughters. I was inspired to learn how to crochet a few years ago when I wanted to knit my daughter a hat and I could only make myself a scarf. A friend of mine was crocheting hats so I desperately wanted to learn. I taught myself how to crochet by watching crochet Youtube videos. I wanted to remember the patterns I was using so I posted them on a blog and then I started to create my own patterns to share with others. I really enjoy sharing my crocheting patterns. Crocheting has been such a stress relieving experience for me and it's my favorite hobby now!
Popsicle Cozy Pattern
My daughter loves to eat Popsicles in the summer, but she is always complaining her fingers are cold. So I created a Popsicle cozy to keep her little fingers from freezing when she eats her cold treat. She loves this idea and now begs to have a Popsicle everyday! I wish I would of thought of this cozy pattern sooner! I usually would just give her a towel and wrap it around the Popsicle, but it would always fall to the floor in the middle of her eating it. Now this Popsicle holder stays on the whole time. She is so happy I made this cozy for her!
This is my crochet site with many different free crochet patterns ranging from baby items, scarfs, blankets, and much more.
Here is a FREE Pattern For You From Amy!
I used a G hook, with a Miltie-colored cotton yarn.
Round 1. sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, and each stitch across, in the last stitch, work 3sc. -8sc
Round 2. Don't turn, work around, sc in the next 4 stitches, work 3sc in the next stitch, sc in each stitch around until you reached the beginning stitch. -15sc
Round 3. sc in each stitch around, -15sc, work this round until the cozy reaches 10 inches long or how ever long you prefer. fasten off.
Enjoy this pattern~