Hi Lovies! This Crochet Bomb Pop Cozy is the perfect patriotic summer accessory for your 20 oz tumbler!
I remember eating cold, refreshing bomb-pops with my family on a hot summer’s day when I was growing up. We would sit on the swing in our front yard after an intense neighborhood kickball game, lean back and watch the tree branches overhead swaying in the wind.
Now that most folks have insulated tumblers, I figured a festive accessory that reminds us of childhood would be perfect, even if there is an adult beverage in there!
The pattern is super simple and quick so you still have time to whip some up before the 4th of July!
Crochet Bomb Pop Cozy
(I’ll link the items I used at the end of this post for you)
- Worsted Weight Yarn: Bright Blue, White, Red
- Size H Crochet Hook
- Stitch Markers
- Tapestry Needle
sl st-Slip Stitch
Crochet Bomb Pop Cozy Pattern:
After each color change, leave a 6-12″ tail for joining.
I like to crochet mindlessly while listening to podcasts or watching Youtube, so I like to use stitch markers as a quick way to count rows.
With Blue, ch 31
Rows 1-7: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (30 stitches)
- on the last stitch of the 7th row, switch to white, ch 1, turn
Rows 8-14: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (30 stitches)
- on the last stitch of the 14th row, switch to red, ch 1, turn
Rows 15-21: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (30 stitches)
- after the last stitch of row 21, ch 1, trim with a long tail and pull through the chain
To Join your Crochet Bomb Pop Cozy:
Choose which side of your cozy you like best! Now, with the best side on the inside, line up your ends and stitch together using your tapestry needle and the corresponding tails. Before tying off, tug on the seam a little and make sure there are no obvious holes. Stitching it together from the inside should make the seam nearly invisible once it has been flipped right-side-out. Once you’ve got the seam secured, tie all of your loose ends together and trim the excess. Flip right-side-out!
Ta-da! How fun and festive! I can wait to take mine to our friends’ ‘America’ party.
Items I used:
Here are a few of the items I used to create this project and would recommend to my friends and family. I have actually purchased these myself and have been very pleased with them. Please note if you purchase any of these items using my links, I make a small commission at no additional cost to you.
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Happy Crocheting Lovies
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Also for your bomb-pop loving kiddos, Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me posted an adorable Bomb Pop Cuddle Buddy pattern for your little one to cuddle during the fireworks shows!