I scream, you scream, we all scream for free patterns! July is National Ice Cream month, and what better way to celebrate the ultimate summertime treat than with fun, frozen-themed patterns? Eliminate the drippy-sticky mess of melting ice cream with the crocheted cone cozy or put the cherry on top of your knitting projects with the Neapolitan knit hat.
Churn up one of these fabulous free patterns for a delicious (calorie-free!) indulgence.
Quilt up a sweet ice cream block with this hexagon pattern. We love Craftsy instructor Mickey Depre's choice of polka dot print fabric for the scoop on top. But mix up the fabric selection — from solid squares to bold batiks — to build your own unique fabric flavor creation!
Sew your way to a delicious appliqué with this delightful sewing pattern! The design, from Craftsy member stephanickety includes two adorable appliqués: a double-dipped ice cream cone and a cute matching cupcake. Plus, when you download the pattern, you'll also get her helpful tips and hints on how to successfully appliqué!
This lovely little hat is the cherry on top — literally! Inspired by a multicolored scoop of Neapolitan ice cream, Craftsy designer illuminangel developed this knit hat for babies, ages newborns to 18 months. Knit up this tiny topper today for your favorite mini-scoop!
Bedazzle your desserts with this beaded brick stitch cone from Craftsy member Bead Crumbs. Switch up the colors to create a beaded combination to fit your flavor fancy. Pin it, key chain it or turn it into a charm — no matter what you do, this single-scoop pendant is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!
So long sticky fingers! Crochet this cute cone cozy for a mess-free ice cream eating experience. Not only will this pattern from Craftsy member mommiknits keep little fingers clean, but it will also put your yarn scraps to good use. Win-win!
Cross-stitch your way to a delectable sundae. Craftsy embroidery designer house of happy brings us a fun hand-stitched dessert delight with this pattern. Each scoop features a sweet, smiling face that makes ice cream seem almost too cute to eat — almost.
While this paper crafts pattern from Craftsy member Capucine_o isn't technically ice cream, it was too sweet not to include! The kirigami paper technique transforms simple sheets of paper into a stunning 3-D design, perfect for birthday cards, party decorations and more!
No ice cream maker? Don't dismay! We've got the secret to making homemade ice cream sans expensive and bulky machinery. Check out this fun and free tutorial from Craftsy blogger Jessie Oleson Moore to recreate ice cream shoppe flavors in your own kitchen!
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What's your favorite flavor of ice cream?