Find all my free flip flop crochet patterns here! Pattern Viewing as a guest user. What am I missing? Thank you so much!!!
It is so nice of you to respond to all of these inquiries, each of them different. What you said is exactly correct, my stitches do look like more, so I am on my way to decreasing. I will let you know how this turned out.
Thanks again!! Thanks so much, Grace! I think any worsted weight yarn will work fine! I have the 2 markers in place. You say:. With the toe facing toward you, 1 attach the yarn at the right marker.
OKay, I attach yarn to the same stitch the marker is in 1. Then chain 2 3 and slip stitch into where the marker is. I thought I was supposed to start on the 2nd stitch from the marker? Thanks for this pattern, I am very excited to try. One idea to make them sturdier if you are worried about ripping through the sole. You could put the holes straight through the sole instead of on an angle, then for the first row use that plastic thread like that lanyard material then after the first row switch to the cotton.
I might try it both ways to see which is better. A clarifying question. Are you going clockwise — so the right side is facing out, or counter clockwise — so the right side ends up on the inside of the slipper. Thanks very much. Remove thong from both pair. Crochet your slippers using one pair, then glue the extra soles onto the bottom of your slippers. I would use something like Liquid Nails or Contact Cement. If you made a pair like this you could also make your holes from top to bottom instead of at an angle.
The crochet thread would be less likely to rip the rubber. It would also protect the thread from wear when you glue the other sole to the bottom. Just a thought…. Do you have a video that I could watch to better understand? In the meantime, I hope that the photos above can help you figure out where the stitch markers belong.
If you mimic the photos closely as far as placement, you should be in good shape. I may have missed it and at the risk of sounding stupid How many holes do you poke in your shoes, say like for a medium. Thanks for the clarification on row 1. It did help and still look forward to more pictures and even a video someday. FYI: This seemed to work pretty good for me.
Thanks again for this great pattern. I made the mistake of poking too many holes 90 for a size 10 flip flop and enduring is far too loose. How that was a clearly worded question. I think either could work, Lindsey. For those of you who are not able to crochet, I have the go ahead to plug my Etsy shop on this wonderful pattern made by Make And Do Crew.
Thank you Jess! I put a picture of my second pair on Pinterest and got to meet this wonderful lady in virtual world. We have many color options in stock. You can also request a custom order if we do not have a color that interests you in stock.
Is there a video link or YouTube video showing at the very least the highlights and some tutorial? It would be greatly appreciated. I just made my first pair and was wanting to make one for my 5 year old granddaughter and was wondering if I still do theb9 rows or would I use less for her? Hi Just made myself a pair of these, their great.
Thanks so much for creating the pattern. So I used heavy thread and poked too many holes so I had to decrease the first 2 rows… I love them. I used a braided cord of the same yarn to make them fit better. They are so cute and comfy!! I posted a comment. No wonder there were no follow-up comments. All comments get moderated. Thanks for your patience. I love the idea and have had many people as me to meek these for them.
Thanks for the pattern! Did you plug them with something? I know some people who reuse that bottom round part by cutting it down and glue it in place then cover it on the inside with moleskin. I was just curious if there was a different way. Yes, you could definitely glue the plugs back into the bottom. Since these are meant to be house slippers and not worn outside, I just left the holes open. More ventilation for summer time ;.
Hi Jess, fabulous crochet pattern. Kind regards, Danielle. Hello from the USA, Danielle! Yes, I think you could. It would just mean that your top section would come a little higher up on your foot toward your ankle. It would be pretty minor though. I have crocheted for years, and found this extremely frustrating. I made one slipper, and it was huge. I ripped it out, used a smaller needle and again it was too big.
The third time I decreased one or more times in almost every row. Too big. I think you need help writing patterns. Or, you could try the other things mentioned in the pattern. I have just started mine and I just have a quick question…when doing the first row, you say to insert the needle from top to bottom. Is this crocheted with the wrong side out…? I just want to be sure I am starting right since its crocheted in the round.
So as I placed my first row, I went around the sole in a counterclockwise direction. I hope this makes sense. I do mine in the clockwise direction with the outside right side facing me. Has it worked out for you okay to do it the other way? I made one pair of these and now I want to make a pair for my granddaughter but she is five years old. Would 9 rows not be too big for her?
Any suggestions? Thank you for the great pattern! I love it! I just posted a pattern for toddler-sized boat shoe slipper in which the heel is crocheted in the same way as this pattern. You might like to check out the dimensions of that to get an idea of what would work for a kid. Also, you could always have her mother or father measure that part of her foot to get an idea of how high you need to make it.
Hi, Working on crocheting a pair now. I have a question about round 9 should I do the enitire row sc then put the markers in or put the markers in before row 9. I keep getting one side higher and not sure what my issue is. These are super cute! So follow exactly the steps of the pattern by row 9 sc to the heel point you began the slipper at.
Then place the markers. Then row 9 cont. I am trying to make these, but am having difficulty with the top toe part as a lot of others have. Place stitch markers 10 stitches apart at the toe. Thought you might get a chuckle out of this. Please help! Yes that does help. And then you do the 2 hdc where you did the first sl st correct? This is where I am having difficulty, as well. If I skip the 2 and sc into a third stitch, I end up with the last sl st 15 stitches to the left.
I am not used to following patterns, though, so I may be reading something wrong? So, the sk 2 sc should be skipping two single crochets. There will be two empty stitches in between. Good for you for giving pattern reading a shot! Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous pattern. Congrats on learning a new life skill!
I think everyone could benefit from having something so wonderful to do with their hands. I had started the heel portion of the pattern only to see that one side of the heel is higher than the other. I pulled out all the way to just before Row 9. Per the pattern, I began Row 1 on the heel. Do I start Row 9, place the first stitch marker once I pass where it is supposed to go and continue all the way around to where I joined the yarn placing 2nd stitch marker where necessary and then continue around to the 1st marker?
Doing it this way should result in both sides being the same height. I have a different problem, I have small feet and wear like a size 5 shoe. Any ideas on how to make these smaller? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Check out this link. It is for a child. You can either add more increases or add more rows where there is no increases. Finished my first flip flop slipper. You hereby grant to Prime Publishing, its Affiliates and sublicensees a nonexclusive, worldwide, royalty-free license to use all trademarks, trade names, and the names and likenesses of any individuals that appear in the Materials.
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