How to crochet a popsicle / ice cream | DIY
Today I have a DIY-project that’s suitable for this time of year: my sister Margot made a great tutorial on how to crochet this cute magnum-popsicle. I absolutely love how it turned out and is isn’t that hard to make. My daughter loves to play with these toys, and it’s a pity you can’t really eat them! Let’s take a look at how to make them!
What do you need?
- brown yarn
- beige or light brown yarn
- a hook in the size that fits the yarn
- toy stuffing
This is how you make the popsicle
Start with the brown yarn:
1: make a magic loop and crochet 6 sc
2: 2sc in every stitch, you get a total of 12 stitches
3: 2sc, 2x 2sc in the next stitch, 4 sc, 2x 2sc in the next stitch, 2sc (16v)
4: 3sc, 2x 2sc in the next v, 6sc, 2x 2sc in the next v, 3scv (20v)
5: 4sc, 2x 2sc in the next v, 8sc, 2x 2sc in the next v, 4sc (24v)
6: 5sc, 2x sc in the next v, 10sc, 2x 2sc in the next v, 5sc (28v)
7-23: 1sc in every v (28v)
24: 9sc, decrease 2x 2sc, 10 sc, decrease 2x 2 sc, 1 sc (24v)
Fill your ice cream with toy stuffing and decorate with ‘nuts’ (you can use the light brown yarn to create the nuts).
Cut of the yarn.
For the stick you’ll need the beige or light brown yarn.
1: start with a magic magic loop and crochet 6 sc (6v)
2: 1sc, 2sc in the next stitch, repeat till you’re around (9v)
3: 2sc, 2sc in the next stitch and repeat this till you’re around (12v)
4-5: 1sc in every v
6: 1sc, and decrease 1sc. Repeat till you’re around (8v)
7-9: 1sc in every v
Attach the ‘wooden stick’ to the rest of the popsicle and then you’re done!
I’d love to eat this, don’t you?
Don’t they all just look like fun?