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Flowery Flip Flops

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Yesterday I released new pattern – for Flowery Flip Flops. Though I was having a break from designing (as I needed to catch up with other projects), I saw something online and wanted to save it to my “Idea” folder for later. When I did so, I opened the folder to see my other “ideas” and stumbled upon this photo:

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I don’t know where it comes from, but after I saw it I couldn’t get these little sandals out of my mind. So, I just had to sit down and crochet them, and write the pattern.

I wanted to make another version with three smaller flowers, but as I said – I am having a break, right?, so I just didn’t have time for that. But I am sure you can try to do so. Instead of using DK weight yarn for flowers use Sport weight or even lace yarn. And instead of making two flowers for each sandal – make three. You can also make them in different colors. Well, as you see there are many options to play around…

The pattern is very easy and you can make them in no time.

The pattern includes sizes 0-6 and 6-12 months. You can eventually make them bigger using worsted weight yarn for the sole and making front strap slightly longer. But that’s really simple. You will see!

The pattern is available on Etsy, Craftsy and Ravelry!

Happy crocheting!

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AboutVita Apala

Hello! I am a designer behind Mon Petit Violon brand. In this little space of mine I share unique, beautiful and inspiring projects and patterns. I am an author and recently my first book "Super Cute crochet for Little Feet" was released in UK, Germany, France, Estonia an other countries! US version is coming out in March. I was born in Riga, Latvia, but currently living in Italy with my husband and our two kids. I truly believe that crochet (and other crafts as well) make the world a better place!

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