One of my all-time fave foods in the world is ice cream! And while there is much much MUCH debate about what is the best flavor I will admit that vanilla to this day is my all-time fave. Although I have been known to eat nearly any flavor as long as there is no coconut involved (bleckity bleck bleck blek). And if you are anything like me you go straight to the container
bypassing any obstacles, you know, like bowls! So I created this cute and easy little ice cream container cozy to help keep our fingers stay warm as we enjoy our dessert (or breakfast in my case, but I’ll deny it if you tell anyone I said that).
©2009 Drew Emborsky,
aka The Crochet Dude®
Fits pint-sized ice cream container
7.5” circumference x 2.75” tall
Small amount of worsted weight cotton in 3 colors
Crochet hook size I 9/5.50mm
Pint of ice cream
Gauge: 15 sts x 16 rows = 4” (10 cm) in sc
Bobble – insert hook in st indicated, yo pull up loop, ch 3, yo pull through both loops on hook
With Color A
Ch 38, join with a sl st to first ch being sure not to twist ch
Rnd 1 Ch 2 (counts as 1st st now and throughout), dc in ea st around, join with a sl st to top of beg ch-2 (38 sts)
Rnd 2 Ch 2, fpdc, [bpdc, fpdc] around, join with a sl st to top of beg ch-2, fasten off
With Color B
Rnd 3 Join with a sc to bl of any st, sc in bl of ea st around, join with a sl st to first sc
Rnd 4 Ch 1, sc in same st, bobble, [sc, bobble] around, join with a sl st to first sc
Rnd 5 Ch 1, sc in same st, sc in ea st around, join with a sl st to first sc, fasten off
With Color C
Rnd 6 Join with a sl st to bl of any st, ch 2, dc in bl of ea st around, join with a sl st to top of beg ch -2
Rnd 7 Ch 2, fpdc, [bpdc, fpdc] around, join with a sl st to top of beg ch-2, fasten off.
Weave in all ends, insert pint of ice cream, use spoon to enjoy the creamy goodness.
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