My kids (and husband) love ice pops, and popsicles.
And these italian ices are their favorite.
But they often complain about cold fingers while they’re eating.
I know, I know. There are far larger problems in life.
And good things require some sacrifice.
But these are so classic, fun, and simple to make, I just had to share how.
In fact, it would be really fun to sew up a bunch and gift them to a neighbor with a box of ice pops!
Okay, just hit the PLAY button below and enjoy:
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Very handy…and cute! Thanks Dana!
Wow I never would have thought to sew them tandem! What a great time saving tip. And I love a good scrap buster. Thank you for sharing!.
Haha. Yes! I watched a quilter do that once and thought, duh. Why have I never done that??
Dana, I love your videos! New to the hobby of sewing. I got my machine this last Christmas. Can your next project be reusable sandwich bags?
I would love to see this! I have one I really like that is made out of tyvex or something and is lined with a silvery Mylar-like material. Has a velcro closure. I used to have one with cotton fabric on the outside and a vinyl-ish lining. Sorry for all the “ish”’s and “like”’s; I really don’t know what they are.
Super idea! Grandkids love them/me too!