You know how you indulge in a pint of ice cream and after about two bites your fingers are freezing? Kind of ruins the ice cream experience, right?
I would always grab a dish towel to wrap around my pint, trying to battle the frozen-finger syndrome. It never worked too well because the towel was cumbersome and too big for my little pint. It just wasn’t as effective as I’d liked.
The other night I had a few bites of my favorite dairy-free ice cream, and while I was in the middle of crocheting another project- it dawned on me. Why don’t I just crochet a solution to this problem.
About 20 minutes later, the crochet ice cream coozie was born! This coozie will fit any pint of ice cream – no matter the flavor.
This pattern is super beginner friendly, using only basic stitches. Everybody who eats ice cream needs one!
-Lion Brand Fast Track Yarn (I used Pink Convertible)
Make a magic ring, Ch 2, 8 Hdc inside ring, sl st to join, Ch 2 (8)
Round 2: 2 Hdc in each around, sl st to join, Ch 2 (16)
Round 3: 2 Hdc, Hdc, repeat around, sl st to join, Ch 2 (24)
Rounds 4-7: Hdc in each around, sl st to join, Ch 2 (24)
Round 8: Hdc in each around, sl st to join, Ch 1 (24)
Round 9: Sc in each around, sl st to join (24)
Round 10: Sl st in each around, sl st to join, finish off, weave ends (24)
Enjoy your ice cream!