Monster Ice Pop Holders

Summer is almost here and that means lots and lots of popsicles!

Popsicles call for ice pop holders ... with fun monster faces!

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Keep the little ones cool during the summer, without freezing tiny fingers! Great for pool parties or summer birthday party favors. These are a huge hit with the kids! Also available:Girly Ice Pop Holders and Knit Monster Popsicle Holders!

I designed these Monster Ice Pop Holders in the Summer of 2013 when my boys were nine and twelve, and they went wild for them! My daughter was just a baby at the time, but she is now five and it seems these ice pop holders are just as fun!

I've been meaning to move this pattern over here to my blog for a while now, but I just never got around to it... until now! (I did make the Girly Ice Pop Holders set too and that pattern will be transferred to this blog soon too!)

Here's how to make your own:

Monster Ice Pop Holders
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Worsted Weight Yarn (#4)

*  5 – 6 colors in scrap amounts

*  Black [Mouth]

H/8/5.00mm Hook


       * Colored [Eye Backs]

        * White [Teeth]

Google eyes


Yarn Needle


Not Important for this project


arnd = around

ch = chain

dc = double crochet

sc = single crochet

sl st = slip stitch

st(s) = stitch(es)


Written in US Terms


      * Beginning chains do not count as stitches.

      * Any glue can be used for this project; I prefer hot glue or E6000.


1. Ch 11, join to form a ring, ch 1, sc in back bump of each ch arnd, sl st to join (11)

2. Ch 2, dc in each st arnd, sl st to join (11)

3-7. Repeat round 2

8. Ch 1, sc in each st arnd, sl st to join; Fasten. (11)

EARS (Make 2)

1. Magic Ring, ch 1, 4 sc in ring (4)

2. 2 sc around; Fasten. (8)

Attach to base at rnd 6, one on each side.


*  Cut 1 ½ to 2” strand of black yarn for mouth.

*  Cut small pieces of white felt into triangular pieces for teeth.

*  Place Google eye on felt (color of your choice) and cut around it to “outline” the eye or create the eye backing.

*  Using glue, attach google eyes to felt and then felt to BASE between ears.

        * Using glue, attach small strand of black yarn to BASE at round 3.

        * Using glue, attach teeth next to mouth in desired location.

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