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Using size medium-sized (K) hook and MC, join to previous round with red hen press women's prose prize a slip stitch at position 11:00 if youre right handed and position1:00 if youre left handed.
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Save the rubber plugs that connect the straps to the flip flop soles.They combine the freedom of flip flops with the snuggle of chunky yarn.Martens at great prices!See pattern notes.) Sharp tool to poke holes in flip flops (skewer, thin drill bit or tapestry needle) inch (19mm) buttons (6) Sewing needle and thread Stitch markers Sharp scissors Strong glue like E6000 (optional) Measuring tape or ruler from printable pattern Gauge: 6 holes.Row 22 (WS Repeat Row.Right Boot Ankle Place marker at position 4:00.To begin: Trim straps off flip flops.Make a deliberate effort to keep your stitches tighter than you might usually.So really, I mean it, thank you.This crochet sweater boot pattern is a collaboration with my friends at Lion Brand Yarn.



If at any point your boots are feeling too roomy, watch part 3 of the video tutorial for suggestions on how to make them better fit your foot.
(This row is intentionally very short.) Row 20 (WS Ch 1, scblo in each sc to marked st, (remove marker ch 8, turn.
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Its pretty much everything you might imagine.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.Youll be a DIY goddess of cozy with these crochet boots with flip flops for soles!To make shoes with bigger or smaller flip flops, just adjust the number of holes, poking them slightly further apart than every 1/3 inch.Row 8 (WS Ch 1, sc in each sc of Row 7; sc2tog, sc in each sc to marked st, turn.(See video Part 1 or photos in this boat shoe pattern for help.) SC Round: Using Size B hook and SC, sc in each hole around sole, join with a sl st to first.Row 24 (WS Ch 1, scblo in each st across, turn.Fancy Feet: Tap those cozy toes together because you just crocheted your own sweater boots!



Update: Many readers have asked how these crochet boots with flip flop soles hold up over time.
Row 23 (RS, Buttonhole Row Ch 1, scblo in each sc to last 3 sts, ch 1, sk 1 st, scblo in next 2 sc, turn.

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