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Crochet Flip Flop Slippers

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Make some Crochet Flip Flop Slippers for the whole family. This is a quick and easy crochet pattern you can work up in a short time. They're comfortable and so soft using Bernat Pipsqueak yarn.

Crochet Flip Flop Slippers
Crochet Flip Flop Slippers
This image courtesy of craftsbystarlight.blogspot.com

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Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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I have a suggestion, I would think you could cut out 2 extra foam soles to glue to bottom of flip flops so the yarn on the soles doesnt get so dirty. They are too pretty to get dirty!

http://craftsbystarlight.blogspot.ca/2011/08/crochet-flip-flop-slippers.html That's the page for the pattern. It looks like a great gift idea for my daughters, can't wait to try this!

There is no pattern at that address just a picture.

What kind of foam sheet?

Hi Everyone, to access the pattern you first need to click "Click here for Crochet Pattern." Then click the words "Crochet Flip Flop Slippers" once the page loads. This should bring the pattern right up. Hope this helps! - Editors, AllFreeCrochet

pdenemy2514637--sure would love this pattern, I have tried all the suggestions, etc, and still can not come up with the pattern! I really would like it! helPPPPPPPPPPP

For recent reviewers, I had no problems getting the pattern. Could it be your settings on the computer? After you click "Click Here for Crochet Pattern" you'll come to another screen with a picture of the slippers. Have you tried clicking the blue "Flip Flop Slippers" link in the paragraph under the picture? That's how I was able to get it. Hope this helps everyone!!

Would be great if we could actually get the pattern!!!

click on click here for crochet pattern, then on next page click on Flip Flop Slippers link underneath photo.

Even at the website, I could not access the pattern. I was able to access other patterns. Must be something wrong with that particular one. I guess I have to give up.

Here is a link I found for it just scrowl down http://craftsbystarlight.blogspot.com/2011/08/crochet-flip-flop-slippers.html

I have tried several times to get the pattern. Once it comes up, nothing moves! Loretta Hucks

It's a pain in the a-- to get the pattern on this site. I don't think it's worth the effort to even bother with it anymore. There are lots of other free sites out there that have as good or better patterns...I think I'm through with this one.

I can't clear the %#@)@! Google ad - it covers the pattern when you print.

I found the pattern. When you click on pattern you will get the shoes click on name of shoes and when you do that scroll down blue page and that is where I found the pattern Thanks Linda

you are right about the ads hidin the pattern .I agree it is a pain where the sun doesnt shine . the owner of this site needs to do a lot of work if she wants people like me and others to stay on board because it is not worth the hasle and I have all afternoon trying to get 1 pattern. I guess you get nothing for nothing and nothing is what I got

you are right about the ads hidin the pattern .I agree it is a pain where the sun doesnt shine . the owner of this site needs to do a lot of work if she wants people like me and others to stay on board because it is not worth the hasle and I have all afternoon trying to get 1 pattern. I guess you get nothing for nothing and nothing is what I got

I found the pattern. When you click on pattern you will get the shoes click on name of shoes and when you do that scroll down blue page and that is where I found the pattern Thanks Linda

You know I would most likely like to do this pattern but people dont want you to download these patterns are they would not make them so hard to get . Thanks anyway. Linda

I am still trying to get this pattern. Why cant the person who put it on this web site do something to make it eaiser .If you would check your site you would see I am not the only person having trouble with it thank anyway Linda

You know I would most likely like to do this pattern but people dont want you to download these patterns are they would not make them so hard to get . Thanks anyway. Linda

I am not able to access the pattern either. Could someone email it to me? I will send you my email address.

While the flip flops look awesome, I was unable to access the pattern. Instead, I'm having to run my anti-virus since it looks like someone has infected the instructional web page.

If you click on the links in the pattern they have pictures which help understand the steps.

Instructions Indicate: Take a darning needle and poke needle through sole (all three layers) and back up through the sole (all three layers) and pull the strand of yarn so both ends of the strand are even giving you two equal pieces. Then take these two pieces and tie a knot at the base of sole to keep the yarn from moving. Take each strand and Ch 14 then tie off. After making the Ch, attach a darning needle to the tail of a ch strand and sew to the sole in shown manner, toward the heal. So first attach to your yarn to the sole of shoe (at the toe area) tie a knot so the yarn doesn't slip you should have 2 stands of yarn which you make a ch with each and then second sew the ch strand down at the back of the heal as shown in the picture. it is not connected to the strap but you can always connect it if you want it that way. Hope this helps. If you need anymore help of have questions you can get a hold of me through my blog.

Great idea, but I had some questions on the directions. First can these be made larger to fit an adult women sz. 9/10 and how would I go about that? Other question, on attaching the toes straps. You were not clear on whether to attach the two ends to the foot strap first and then proceed over to attaching to the area towards the back of the heel. Because if you attach the two ends from the toe area the way yo are saying you would go from the toe (your directions say tow!) area over the foot strap without attaching it there anywhere and go directly to attaching it to area near the heel. Which way do we do that? Thanks for the clarification!

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