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Ice Cream Pint Cozy // Crochet Pattern

July 29, 2017

 

I LOVE ice cream!! Then again who doesn't?!  So a friend asked me to make ice cream pint cozies and I couldn't believe I hadn't thought of it before!! It just so happens that pints are my all time favorite way to eat ice cream!! If you're not totally obsessed with them yet I'll give you a few reasons why I like them so much. Number one... is less mess than a cone of course and no need to dirty a bowl, number two... they're the perfect size for NOT sharing {sry not sry, Mama needs snacks too}, number three... is you can actually manage to eat it all before it gets freezer burnt like a 1/2 gallon (cause eww), what are we on number four... yeah tons upon tons of flavors, and lastly you can eat them all year round (don't judge we have long winters). There's nothing I love more at the end of the day than to curl up on the couch with my other half, a good project, and fave flavor of Ben & Jerry's!! {currently Karamel Sutra} 

So naturally I chose a chunky wool blend for this project. It will keep your hands warm while keeping your ice cream frosty cold at the same time! Not to mention this project is so quick you can make one for all the ice cream lovers in your life!! 

 

You will need:

 

Materials:

Hook - US - N/P 10.00 MM

 

Yarn - 23 yds of Category 6 Super Bulky (Did someone day stash buster?!)

(I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick)

 

Gauge:  4” = 7 sts x 4.5 rounds in DC

 

Abbreviations: 

CH: chain 

HDC: half double crochet 

SC: single crochet

DC: double crochet

FLO: front loops only

ST(s): stitches 

PM: place marker

SL ST: slip stitch 

FO: fasten off

 

Notes: 

CH 1 does not count as a ST

 

For the sides you will no longer be making a CH or SL ST but instead working around in a spiral so it will be helpful to place a ST marker on your first SC

 

Pattern: 

{Bottom}

MR, CH 1

Round 1: 10 HDC in ring, sl st to first HDC, pull tail tightly to close ring (10 HDC)

(I like to carry the remaining tail behind my work as to avoid having to sew it in later)

Round 2: ch 1, 2HDC in each ST around, SL ST to first HDC (20 HDC)

{Sides}

Round 3: CH 1, SC into the third loop of each HDC around until you reach the last ST, 2SC in the last third loop. do not SL ST or CH (21 SC)

 

Rounds 4 - 8: SC into each ST around PM on your first SC (21 SC)

{fold over brim}

Round 9: SL ST to FL of first SC, CH 2, DC into first and each FL around, SL ST to first DC and work an invisible FO (21 DC)

 

Now sew in your tail and Yay we're done! You may do whatever you like with items made using this pattern (hopefully eating yummy ice cream) however I require you credit me (Indie Fiberart // Jamie) as the designer. Sharing is caring!! Tag Indie Fiberart when sharing your project photos on Facebook and Instagram!! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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