Freezie Koozie

By: Virginia Fynes from
Updated August 20, 2018
Freezie Koozie
Freezie Koozie
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If you've ever had your fingers go numb while you tried to enjoy a freezie pop, this Freezie Koozie pattern is the best idea you never thought of! Make these easy to sew Freezie Koozies, velcroed fabric sleeves that wrap around freezie pops, to keep little ones' hands warm with their frozen treats. If you're looking for fun sewing patterns for summer, this easy pattern is sure to fit the bill. Each koozie is made from washcloth material to grip slippery freezies and wrapped in bright fabric to add a little flair.

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine


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What a great idea to keep your hands from not getting too cold when eating freeze pops and this is the time of the year to be eating plenty of them. My grands sometimes throw them away because they are to cold to hold anymore in their hands. All you need is a washcloth which you can get for 50 cents at Walmart and some velcro and some scrap fabric. Each washcloth can make 4 Koozies. Remember your friends with kids when you are making some and give them a set too.

I'd never thought of a project like this one! This is going to be super helpful now that it's summer!

Good idea! My toddlers and preschoolers in my home daycare would really make use of this.


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