Sandals Using Flip Flop Soles

Sandals Using Flip Flop Soles


Sandals Using Flip Flop Soles
Sandals Using Flip Flop Soles

"These crochet sandals made using flip flop soles are the perfect thing for the warm weather months! These shoes work up easily and quickly in two pieces, the heel and the toe. Along with the free pattern on my blog, you’ll find an easy-to-follow video tutorial too. Using cotton yarn and a lacy open fabric, these shoes are cool and comfortable as well as stylish and perfectly handmade! All you'll need for this project is hooks, yarn, rubber sole flip flops, scissors, and a skewer."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet Hook4 or 2 mm hook (steel), D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeExact gauge not required.

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Just the other day I happened to be at a local dollar store. Guess what they had on sale? My grandkids visit during the summer and I usually try to have a new pair of shower shoes, just for running around in. I plan on jazzing up those tired old flip flops and have a great surprise next summer.

I am really looking forward to working this pattern. I have to wear sandals with specially formed soles, and the tops arent always very fashionable. I cant wait to get rid of those ugly uppers and make these lacy designs instead. Ive followed this bloggers efforts with other styles involving flip flops, so I was delighted when she finished this pattern.

OMG! I can not wait to try this. Summer must be my all time favorite season because I love to be barefoot and sandles are the closest thing to that. These are adorable and I think, no, I know I will attempt this patten this weekend. I will post my final result.


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