How to Make Flip Flop Sole Crochet Shoes? | Free Patterns

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Wouldn’t it be great to wear a shoe that you made in spring and summer? If your answer to this question is yes, we would like to tell you about a project of successful crochet designer Jess. A flip flops-based slipper and crochet supplies you need. Jess tried to explain in detail how the product was obtained in her blog. She also sincerely answers the questions asked to her blog, which also includes free pattern instructions. If you like which crochet shoe designs you like below, just click on the link below the photo of that product.

Project 1- Moccasins – Crochet Shoes With Flip Flop Soles

flip flop crochet slippers free patterns

Abbreviations:
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
st – st
MC – main color
cont – continued

Sizes: Adult women’s 5 and up (Pattern provides details to make any women’s shoe size.)

Supplies:
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• Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – 1 skein (100g/186 yds) – color: Camel
• Tapestry needle
• 1 pair of flip flops (One size smaller than you wear normally. See pattern notes.)
• Stitch markers
• Size B [2.5 mm] crochet hook or size needed to fit through flip flop holes
• Size E [3.5 mm] crochet hook (I really like this affordable set!)
• Sewing needle
• Sharp tool to poke holes in flip flops (skewer, thin drill bit or tapestry needle)
• Approx 2 yards leather laces cut into 1-yard pieces
• Sharp scissors
• Monofilament (fishing line) – optional
• Seed beads – optional

Gauge:
8 sts and 7 rows/ends = 1 inch [2.5 cm] in single crochet
The gauge will vary a bit based on the distance between poked holes on flip flop sole.

Project 2- Sandals- Crochet Shoes With Flip Flop Soles

Abbreviations (US Terms):
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
sk – skip
ch3sp – space created by three chains
ch4sp – space created by four chains
sl st – slip stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)
MC – main color
RS – right side
WS – wrong side

Supplies:
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• Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – (186 yds/3.5 oz, yarn weight medium/4)
• MC: 1 ball Ecru
• Tapestry needle
• Size B [2.25 mm] crochet hook or size needed to fit through flip flop holes
• Size G [4.0 mm] crochet hook
• 1-2 printed copies of the “ruler” at end of printable pattern + tape (optional)
• 1 pair of flip flops (See pattern notes on selecting the shoe size.)
• Sharp tool to poke holes (I use this clay tool. You can also try a skewer, thin drill bit or awl.)
• Sharp scissors
• Stitch markers
• Strong glue such as E6000 to glue strap plugs to sole (optional)
• 115” faux suede laces (optional. I’ve found real suede can discolor light-colored yarn.)
• 12 wooden beads with a hole large enough to accommodate laces (optional)

Gauge (as measured on heel):
9.25 sc = 2”
13 rows of sc = 2”

Project 3- Espadrilles- Crochet Shoes With Flip Flop Soles

Abbreviations and Glossary:
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sl st – slip stitch
ch – chain
WS – wrong side
RS – right side
MC – main color
SC – sole color
Sc2tog (single crochet 2 together) – [Insert hook into next st and pull up a loop] two times, yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on hook.

Supplies:
So you can spend more time making shoes and less time shopping, this pattern contains affiliate links at no extra cost to you.
• Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – 1 skein (186 yards) divided into two balls – color: Red (MC)
• Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton – 1 skein (186 yards) – color: Ecru (SC)
• If Ecru color doesn’t match flip flop color, you’ll want about 20 yards of 24/7 Cotton that does
• Sharp tapestry needle
• Size B [2.25 mm] crochet hook or size needed to fit through flip flop holes
• Size G [4.0 mm] crochet hook
• 1-2 printed copies of the “ruler” at end of the pattern or measuring tape
• 1 pair of flip flops (One size smaller than you wear normally. See pattern notes.)
• Sharp tool to poke holes (I use this clay tool. You can also try a skewer, thin drill bit or awl.)
• Sharp scissors
• 90″ of ribbon (the ribbon pictured is a 1/2″ wide)
• Fray Check or clear nail polish for ribbon ends
• Strong glue such as E6000 to glue strap plugs to sole (optional)
• Stitch markers (optional)

Gauge:
8 st = 2”, 9 rows = 2” worked in single crochet

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