Thursday, August 8, 2013

Baby Flip Flops Free Pattern

Baby  Flip Flops Free Pattern

By AnnooCrochet Designs






Aren't these adorable?
I forgot How small baby feet are, Even my 5 year old's feet look Gargantuous compared to these darling little flip flops. Once you get the gist of it, you will be able to whip them up in very little time.
It is Perfect gift for a Baby Shower, or for a last minute visit to new Mom...


You will Need:
Crochet hook : 3.50mm .
Tapestry Needle
 Dungarease Yarn in Cream and Taupe 
Martha Stewart Hemp Cotton in Bright Red



Stitches used
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
st: stitches
sk: skip



Pattern: (3 to 6 months)

Soles: (make 2 of each Color)

Round 1: With Cream Yarn, Chain 13,


sc in second ch from hook,

6sc,


 4hdc,

3 hdc in last st,


do not turn, continue on the other side of the ch, 4hdc,


 , 6sc untill the last st, join to first sc with a sl st




Round 2: ch, 2sc in next st,

5sc
5hdc


[2 hdc in next st] 4 times, 

5 hdc






5sc,
2sc in next st join to first ch.


Round 3: ch, sc,  2sc in next st, 12 sc,
 2sc in next st, 3sc(should be center st), 2sc in next st,



12 sc, 2sc in next st, sc sl st with first ch




Round 4: ch, 10 sc,5hdc, [2hdc in next st] twice, 3 hdc, [2hdc in next st] twice,



5hdc, 11sc, sl st


Sew all loose ends in

One made, 3 more to go...;-))))

Once you have 4 soles
Place a cream one and a Taupe wrong side facing each other


sl st with white color, through both of the soles, with  Taupe sole facing up, sc through both the soles all around










Place a colored scrap yarn counting 7 stitches from middle bottom of your sole on the right and on the left

Right Strap:

in 7th st, sl st with Cream Yarn, sc in same space



2sc, turn

 sc, hdc,hdc, fasten off



Left Strap:

sl st, sc in same st, 2sc, turn



ch, sc in same st, hdc, hdc, turn



ch2, dc in same st as ch2, hdc, sl st










Do not Fasten off, ch12
sl st through both soles at middle point of top sole, where you see the colored strap



Now, work your way up, sl stitching 3


Then ch9
sl st to the first st of your right strap



sl st in the 2 next st

ch12( making the back strap)



sl st in first st of left strap, and in the 2 next st, 
hdc in every ch st when you reach one st before the toe strap, hdc2tog( combining the st before and the st after the toe strap)
continue hdc until you reach the first st of your right strap,  sl st, and sl st in the next 2 st
sc in to each ch along the back strap
sl st when you reach the strap, fasten off

Swe in all loose tails



Flowers : (make 2)

In a magic run, ch, 6sc
Join to first st with a sl st
ch4
4dc in same st

drop your crochet, pick up the st at the top of your ch3
pick up the st you just dropped, yarn over and through both loops, you just created a petal


 sl st to the next st on your circle base.,then ch4 and repeat 6 more times
Fasten off
With your Tapestry Needle Sew Flower just above the the strap
And you are Done!!!



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Happy Crochet my fellow artists!!!! 


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25 comments:

  1. Soooo cute flip flops! :) And extremely well documented pattern :)
    I'll definitely have a go at these cuties, and I will of course link to your blog once I've finished them :)
    Thanx for sharing :)
    Have a lovely day :)
    Hugs, Kristin

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  2. WOW how beautiful...! Thanks for the great tutorial.

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  3. They are beautiful, will be making them for a friend

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  4. Que lindas voy a ponerme muy pronto a realizar estas bellezas, gracias por tu generosidad

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  5. They are beatiful, is there is a way you can give this tutorial in a video.

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  6. What size are they finished? Will they fit a 6 month old?

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    1. yes!!! perfect for a 6 month old baby

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    2. can't wait to start but don't know how to print off without using loads of paper? x

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  7. I would like to sell these if someone would make them. Is there someone I should contact?
    my email: smallkiwi@hotmail.com / Kiwi

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  8. Aww, these are so cute, I love them. Love the bright colours used.

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  9. I have a six month old granddaughter that would look so cute in the flip flops. thanks for the pattern.

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  10. Lovely instructions. One question: On the flower, how do you repeat making petals after you finish the first one? I finished the first one, and my yarn and hook are at the top of the first petal. What do I do next?

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    1. Yesss!!! You are right !! Thank you for your question. I should have added to sl st to the next st on your circle base. then ch4 and repeat the petal...I will fix it right now!!!
      Happy Crochet to you <3

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  11. How can you make them into larger sizes? Thx!

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    1. You have a few options.
      You could simply use a larger size hook, you would gain about a shoe size, or you could use the Yarn in double strands but then use a bigger size hook as well, or finally you could add a few ch to your base chain, depending what size you want.

      Round 1: With Cream Yarn, Chain 16, instead of 13, and adding then 3 st on each size as you crochet the pattern.
      Let me know if I helped, and if you have any more questions.
      Happy Crochet!!!!

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  12. Just found this! Well-documented instructions. I have newborn little granddaughter. How to make smaller?

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    1. Hi Jeanne, I would Try with a 2.75 mm size hook and the exact same instructions!!!.
      Happy Crochet!!!

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  13. These are so cute. thank you for the tutorial. I made my first pair and they are adorable. I reverse the left and right straps for left and right foot. Do you do tha?

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    1. Yes, I do, I should mention it!!!! Thanks <3

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  14. Great tutorial, I've made some for my newborn grandson in medium brown and dark blue.

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  15. Is this pattern printable?

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    1. I added a Turn it to PDF gadget, if you scroll down the home page....hope it will help downsizing the printing.

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  16. How would I go about making these for a two year old. Have made them per the instructions but need to make them larger. If a larger hook, what size. I don't know the foot size of a two year old so not sure how to do this. Thanks for any advice you can offer. Sue Emmerick

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