Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Katina's Flip Flop Crochet Slippers

A few years ago, my cousin Katina posted a pair of flip-flop sole crochet shoes to my Facebook wall, saying that she was sure I'd get her name for our family Christmas drawing. (Hint, hint.) She was so sure that she even gave me her shoe size.

I didn't get her name that year, but I did get it two years later, and I somehow remembered her posting that. I went on the hunt for a pattern, and I made these cool shoes for her. I hope they fit!

Pattern: Lightweight Slippers with Flip Flop Soles by Make & Do Crew (free pattern on Ravelry)
Yarn: Cloudborn Pima Cotton DK in Lavender
Poking the holes in the sole was the hardest part. I used the edge of a stitch holder, but I think an awl might be a little easier. My hand hurt by the end of round, so I had to take some breaks.

After poking the holes, the crochet part was a breeze!


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