Free Crochet Pattern: Bomb Pop Pen Cozy

Happy National Bomb Pop Day!

I know the day is almost over, but, to be honest, I had no idea it was National Bomb Pop Day until I was already at work and saw someone post about it on my Instagram feed!

I made these Bomb Pop Pen Cozies last year, and now you can make some, too! I don’t have step-out photography, so hopefully some of you will be able to follow along just with text. When I get the chance to shoot step-out photography, I’ll probably remove the pattern from my blog and then put it in my Etsy shop. Please enjoy it until then!



Beige: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Beige

Red: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Scarlet

White: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in White

Blue: Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Aqua or Aquamarine


H hook

I hook


tapestry needle



BLO: back loop only

BPhdc: back post half double crochet

ch(s): chain(s)

FPhdc: front post half double crochet

inv dec: invisible decrease

rnd(s): round(s)

sc: single crochet

sk: skip

sl st: slip stitch

st(s): stitch(es)

(  ): work everything inside the parentheses into the next stitch

[  ]: work everything inside the brackets the number of times indicated



Popsicle Stick:

With I hook and Beige, ch 5 and sl st to 1st ch to form ring.

Work 5 sc into ring and continue to work sc evenly in a spiral, without joining rounds, until your tube is 5 inches long. Try it on the pen before breaking off, making sure it’s neither too short nor too long. Sl st to next st to join. Break off and use your tapestry needle to draw up loops from the remaining 5 sts and pull closed. The other end has the opening to insert the pen.



With H hook and Red, make magic circle, or ch 3 and sl st to 1st ch to form ring.

Rnd 1: 6 sc. Don’t join.

Rnd 2: (2 sc) 6 times. Sl st to next st to join, but not too tightly since you’ll need to work in it like a regular stitch later. – 12 sts

Rnd 3: in BLO, sc evenly – 12 sts

Rnd 4: working in both loops again, sc evenly – 12 sts

Rnd 5: [(2 sc), sc] 6 times – 18 sts

Rnd 6: [(2 sc), 5 sc] 3 times – 21 sts

Rnd 7: hdc evenly – 21 sts

Rnds 8-12: [2 FPhdc, 1 BPhdc] 7 times. – 21 sts

  • Drop Red. Join White. Start stuffing as you change each color.

Rnds 13-17: [2 FPhdc, 1 BPhdc] 7 times. – 21 sts

  • Drop White. Join Blue.

Rnds 18 – 22: [2 FPhdc, 1 BPhdc] 7 times. – 21 sts

Rnd 23: Sc evenly. Sl st to next st to join. – 21 sts

Rnd 24: In BLO, inv dec 10 times. There is only 1 stitch left in the rnd, but work one more inv dec using the last st and the one following it anyway for a total of 11 decreases. Sl st to next st to join. – 10 sts.

  • Break off leaving approx. 18 inches of yarn for sewing.

Weave in all other ends.



  • Finish stuffing Rocket Pop, not super firmly, but firmly enough to maintain the shape.
  • Insert Popsicle Stick (with pen inside) about 1.5 inches. Make sure there is some stuffing at very bottom of the Popsicle around the opening and around the end of the Popsicle stick, or else the Popsicle Stick will be really wiggly. You want to give it a good foundation, and you don’t want loose, floppy, falling over pen cozies. Getting into stuffing into this spot can be tricky once the Stick is in.
  • Use the Popsicle yarn tail to sew Popsicle to Popsicle Stick.


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20 Comments on “Free Crochet Pattern: Bomb Pop Pen Cozy”

  • cookielu


    Whoo hooo!!! Super exciting to see you’re gifting your loyal fans with another cute Twinkie Chan crochet styling!! Thank younso very much!!

    • TwinkieChan


      You’re so sweet, thank you!

  • Joan


    Thank you so very much, cutest Bomb Pop Pen Cozy ever. Happy National Bomb Pop Day to you! This is also perfect fun-cute for the 4th of July.

    • TwinkieChan


      Thank you, Joan! Yes definitely fun for 4th of July – maybe for party favors!

  • Cynthia


    Awesome pattern! Working in it now! Blue rounds should say 13-17, I believe. And then adjusting from there. Thanks for sharing this free of charge

    • TwinkieChan


      Thank you! Looks like round count was all over the place. I didn’t have time to really go over the pattern before posting, but I had a crochet assistant work the pattern last year and she never said anything 😛

  • Cynthia


    *sorry, white

  • Brandi


    Thank you so much for a fun new pattern! For once I actually have the colors I need on hand so I can make it right away. I noticed that there is a skip in the rounds from 18 -21, is this a numerical typo or is a step missing?
    Sorry for nitpicking on a free pattern, I want mine to look similar to yours.
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    • TwinkieChan


      Hi, I’m not sure what you mean by the skip? Also I updated the pattern earlier today as the round count was actually off in a lot of it, so it might be ok now. Let me know!

  • Karen Brathwaite


    Thank you Ms. Twinkie for bringing in one of my favorite treat The Bomb Pop. God bless you and Happy 4th of July!!!!

    • TwinkieChan


      Thank you, Karen! It’s always so lovely to hear from you!

  • Alisa


    The materials used calls for an I hook and an H hook. The pattern starts out using the I hook however I don’t see where the H hook Is used.

    Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent and wonderful patterns.


    • TwinkieChan


      Oops! The popsicle is made with the H hook. Thanks for pointing that out.

  • Marlene


    Hi Twinkiechan,
    I missed the free rocket pop brooch pattern. Can I ask you please for it?

    Thanks for your time. A follower from Nebraska.

    • TwinkieChan


      Hi! It is now in my Etsy shop.

  • Dionne


    This was really fun to make! I put safety eyes on mine for extra cuteness. I posted it on my instagram and tag you. Thank you for your generosity!

    • TwinkieChan


      Thank you!

  • Janet Luttrell


    These are awesome, so cute. Thank you

    • TwinkieChan


      You’re so welcome!

  • Erica


    Another great pattern! Thank you, Twinkie!

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