Crochet - Baby Flip Flops

Here's a great video tutorial that will show you how to make a pretty pair of children's flip-flops, all created with the crochet tecnique.

It's a purely summer job, you can perform in different colors as well as a girl than for a boy and if you also want to try to make this work, get the following materials:
- a gray yarn,
- a pink yarn,
- a crochet needle,
- a needle.

You can choose to use either yarn of wool but also cotton yarn and started the work, in this case were made of very small sandals (from 0 to 3 months), if you need larger will simply increase the measures. Started the work with the gray yarn and suffered with a basic row composed of nine chains and from here performed a circular machining (around the row of chains), to achieve the sole.

After finishing the whole sole, you'll have to take the pink yarn (in this case) and run a row of low points around the circumference of the same sole, then, from the heel, counted seven jersey to the right, make a chain and at the same point you also a crochet.

Work two low mesh, each at every point of the previous lap and then made eight chains, at this point, count nine points from hook, made another low point and go on with the job.
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