These cozy crochet cabin boots with flip flop soles will convince you that flip flops are not just for summer anymore!
This free written pattern and video tutorial will teach you how to transform a cheap pair of flip flops into sweater boots that look like expensive store-bought shoes.
Whether you wear them outside as boots or inside as slippers, you’re going to have some incredibly warm, stylish and happy toes!
Cabin Boots with Flip Flop Soles
by Jess Coppom
Transforming flip flops into slippers isn’t an exact science! Unlike other crochet patterns, these slippers have some variables, most significant of which is the size of flip flops used and the number of holes poked. Use the “ruler” that’s available in the printable pattern if you’re struggling with hole spacing.
The flip flops pictured are a women’s size 7-8 and they have 64 holes poked on each sole. To make shoes with bigger or smaller flip flops, just adjust the number of holes, poking them slightly further apart than every 1/3 inch.
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Cabin Boots with Flip Flop Soles [ free crochet ] downloadable pattern is here.