Granny Squares flip flops. You probably know granny squares as the classic crochet project. They are simple, geometric shapes that can be knitted in a variety of colors and textures to create any type of accessory you can imagine. But did you know that they can also be turned into flip flops? With just a few simple steps, you can add fun and eye-catching style to your wardrobe. So if you’re looking for something quick and easy to add some personality to your summer look, try granny squares!
Granny Squares flip flops. Crochet is a great way to use up leftover yarn and is one of the easiest skills you can learn. The basic stitches are chain, low crochet, double crochet and slip stitch. You can make any pattern you like, but some popular granny square patterns include the bee, lion, and unicorn. Just follow the mold instructions and see how it looks!
Granny Squares flip flops. If you love the look of granny squares but don’t have a lot of time to crochet, there’s an easy way to get the same look in flip flops! All you need is some basic supplies and scissors.
First, cut a square with the scissors. It should be about 12 inches on each side.
Then, starting in one corner, make a series of 3 squares the same color as the fabric of your slipper. You’ll want to make sure the corners are all lined up so they match up when you’re done.
Finally, sew the squares together along the long edge using a 1/2 inch seam allowance. Leave a small opening at one end so you can turn the slipper inside out.
Looking for a quick and easy crochet project? Granny Squares Crochet Slippers! These flip-flops are made with a modified granny square pattern that makes for a fun and easy-to-make pair of sneakers. Instructions are available for free download on the blog.
To make these adorable crochet slippers, you will need:
– 800 yards of light blue weight yarn
– 400 yards of pink Worsted weight yarn
– 1 crochet hook size H (5.5 mm)
- point markers
- Sewing needle
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Learn how to make Granny Squares flip flops:
Access the free pattern / Granny Squares flip flops
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