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How To Make Slippers Using Flip Flop Soles

By: Jess Coppom from makeanddocrew.com
How To Make Slippers Using Flip Flop Soles
How To Make Slippers Using Flip Flop Soles
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"Turn a simple pair of cheap flip flops into some lightweight crocheted slippers/house shoes with this simple tutorial. The cotton yarn makes them perfect for warmer weather!"

Intermediate

Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge2" = 7 sc

Finished SizePattern is adjustable for all adult women's sizes

Materials List

  • Flip flops
  • 1 skein "I Love This Cotton"
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I have been looking for a pattern such as this. I can never have too many slippers. I don't wear shoes in the house. Cotton yarn is always on sale and you can go thee dollar store for the flip flops. Cotton yarn also keeps the slippers from being too heavy. Looks easy to follow. Thank you.

This is very similiar to a pattern I published in 2014! Find it on Ravelry, Etsy and Amazon. It's called Flip Flop Flats

I love this pattern for How To Make Slippers Using Flip Flop Soles. This lady is so smart coming up with this idea! She has other patterns using flip flops that I have saved and just started on her boot pattern. I have saved this one too and if it come out like her boots, I'm hooked! I have three pair of flip flops that I was going to make all into boots, but now I can make the slippers. I love the open weave of these slippers and they will be great for summer time. I like how she walks you though the whole pattern with some great pictures to help. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I have seen these before but never found a pattern to make them. Now I know what to do so look out. The Dollar store sells them for just that much so I can make a bunch very cheaply as gifts. Thank you so much for sharing these great free patterns.

I'm in love with this idea, so smart!

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