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How-To: Crochet Sandals for Babies


Make teeny tiny feet even more adorable with this super-cute crochet baby flip flop sandals pattern from Bethany at Whistle & Ivy!

19 thoughts on “How-To: Crochet Sandals for Babies

  1. I am not really understanding the toe strap instructions. I have it made but I don’t understand how it attaches to make it so the big toe goes separate from the other toes. Does the attached strap get attached and that’s where the toe goes and the separate piece is just the over strap? Any one have any other pictures of this made?

  2. What do you mean Single Crochet into the same stitch? Tha’s been my biggest challenge during this…I’ve been guessing…… But it doesn’t work to go through the same stitch, it falls out. :(

    1. I’m guessing you are doing a slip stitch, not a single crochet, if it falls out. Are you in the UK, perhaps?

  3. Great pattern. I’m making a 3-6mo pair for a client. I had to add 2 chains to the back strap and change the heel space to make it even. But very cute!

  4. While I don’t have infant feet around to try these on yet, the pattern does not make what is shown. The pattern is written so that the part that goes between the toes is crocheted attached to the edge of the flipflop. The picture makes it look as though it is attached to the sole (away from the edge/inside of the edge), much like an actual flipflop. argh. I’m hoping I can make necessary adjustments but would appreciate any feedback.

  5. love this pattern, thank u so much! easy and so quick to whip up. al though i dont use the strap across the foot… i just use thethong part and add decor from there :) great job

  6. I am trying to print this pattern. I want to make these for my first great-granddaughter! But when I print it, the words are interspersed with keyboard symbols &%?%@. How can I print it so it is readable?

  7. I would like the pattern for these flipflop sandals. I’ll like to know how many stitches you should have when you finish the sole, as I am having a problem with the heel strap. I’d like the written instructions.

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Haley Pierson-Cox from Red-Handled Scissors is a maker of crafts, a lover of cats, an avid swearing enthusiast, a cross-stitch book author, and a general purveyor of quirk. She's also sometimes an irritable cartoon named Tiny Cranky Haley.

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