Size 8 (Approx. 10”)

Sole: (worked in the round)

Left:
Ch 19
1. Sc 3 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 9. Hdc 2. Dc 5. 7 dc in last st.Working across the other side:Dc 5. Hdc 2. Sc 9. (42 sts)

2. 2 hdc in next 3 sts. Hdc 17. 2 dc in next 2 sts. 2 sc in next 3 sts. Hdc 17. (50 sts)

3. *Hdc, 2 hdc in next st* work 3 times. Hdc 18. 2 hdc in next st. Dc. 2 dc in next st. Dc. 2 sc in next st. *Sc, 2 sc in next st* work twice. Sc 17. (58 sts)

 

Right:

Ch 19
1. Sc 3 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 9. Hdc 2. Dc 5. 7 dc in last st. Working across the other side: Dc 5. Hdc 2. Sc 9.  (42 sts)

 2. 2 hdc in next 3 sts. Hdc 17. 2 sc in the next 3 sts. 2 dc in next 2 sts. Hdc 17. (50 sts)

3. *Hdc, 2 hdc in next st* work 3 times. Sc 18. *2 sc in next st, sc in next st* work twice. 2 sc in next st. Dc. 2 dc in next st.  Dc. 2 hdc in next st. Hdc 17.  (58 sts) Tie off.

 

Body: (For both slippers)
Using second color:
Sl st al around the sole (58 sl sts)

Find middle, with the heel at the bottom. Count 12 to the right, and join yarn. (You will be working through the sl sts for this round.) Work towards the heel.

1. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 3. Ch 15. Sk 16 sts, sc in next st. Sc 3. Ch 23 (46 sts)

Join with a sl st at the beginning, making sure it’s not twisted. 

2. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 45. (46 sts)

Strap: Begin with a long tail.
Using First Color:

Ch 16.
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 14. Turn. (15 sts)

2. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 14. (15 sts) Tie off, leaving a long tail.

 

Size 9: (Approx. 10 ½”)

Sole: (worked in the round)

Left:
Ch 20
1. Sc 3 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 9. Hdc 2. Dc 6. 7 dc in last st.Working across the other side: Dc 6. Hdc 2. Sc 9. (44 sts)

2. 2 hdc in next 3 sts. Hdc 18. 2 dc in next 2 sts. 2 sc in next 3 sts. Hdc 18. (52 sts)

3. *Hdc, 2 hdc in next st* work 3 times. Hdc 19. 2 hdc in next st. Dc. 2 dc in next st. Dc. 2 sc in next st. *Sc, 2 sc in next st* work twice. Sc 18. (60 sts)

Right:
Ch 20
1. Sc 3 in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 9. Hdc 2. Dc 6. 7 dc in last st. Working across the other side: Dc 6. Hdc 2. Sc 9.  (44 sts)

 2. 2 hdc in next 3 sts. Hdc 18. 2 sc in the next 3 sts. 2 dc in next 2 sts. Hdc 18. (52 sts)

3. *Hdc, 2 hdc in next st* work 3 times. Sc 19. *2 sc in next st, sc in next st* work twice. 2 sc in next st. Dc. 2 dc in next st.  Dc. 2 hdc in next st. Hdc 18.  (60 sts)Tie off.

 

Body: (For both slippers)
Using second color:
Sl st al around the sole (60 sl sts)

Find middle, with the heel at the bottom. Count 12 to the right, and join yarn.  (You will be working through the sl sts for this round.) Work towards the heel.

1. Ch 1.Sc in same st. Sc 3. Ch 15. Sk 16 sts, sc in next st. Sc 3. Ch 25 (48 sts) Join with a sl st at the beginning, making sure it’s not twisted. 

2. Ch 1. Sc in same st. Sc 47. (48 sts) Tie off and weave in ends.

Strap: Begin with a long tail.
Using First Color:

Ch 17.
1. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc 15. Turn. (16 sts)

2. Ch 1. Hdc in same st. Hdc 15. (16 sts) Tie off, leaving a long tail.

 Construction:
Line your strap in place, even with the stitch above where the body attaches to the sole. Using your ends, sew in place with a smaller hook, size G or F.

Attach the thong piece in around the stitch that is either 2 sts to the right (for left flip-flop) or 2 sts to the left (for right flip-flop.). Leave an inch of slack. The yarn tying it down will go between the toes, not the crochet strap. Tie a small and secure knot at the bottom of the sole. For further sturdiness, place a small dot of hot 

 

I hope you enjoy these women’s strap flip-flops slippers! I have loved wearing mine around the house. 
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  1. I don’t have any super bulky yarn, can I put several strands of the worsted weight yarn?
    If so, how many?

    1. Yes, it’s worked in continuous rounds. Does you need them longer, or longer AND wider? If the width is good but you need some length, just just start with a longer chain. If you need them longer and wider than you can work an extra round or two. Be sure to work increases around the toe and heel. It’s a different as they are shaped for the feet, but I think a round of sc should be fine.

  2. On the gauge it say 8 stitches 3 in. What stitch is that? Want to make sure I can get gauge with yarn I have. Thank you so much.

  3. I have made these flip flops in the baby sizes for people and now they want them in the adult form. I am worried that they will not fit individuals with wider feet. do you have any suggestions?? I love making the baby size versions and everyone who has bought from me really enjoys them too and mentions them to others they see. So I like your pattern a lot!!

  4. Awesome! Thanks for the pattern. I’m excited to try it… just need some more bulky yarn. Maybe I’ll use t-shirt yarn as someone mentioned. Hope you don’t mind if I link to this post on my blog?

  5. I just finished the Women’s flip flops , well at least one of them so far. I am Kemer on Ravelry if you’d like to see what I did. I made some T-Shirt yarn and used it for the bottoms and strap piece. I also took a $1 pair of flip flops cut off the strap and sewed it to the bottom of my flip flops . Thank you so much for the pattern and your very helpful video on the baby flip flops . It really made it so easy to do my flip flops !

  6. I have tried to do these three times and cannot figure out the body part! The chains are really long and the back strap hangs off to one side….so frustrated!
    Love the thong style just can’t get body part to work

      1. I watched your utube on the baby version, I think i understand better now. Written direction seem confusing??
        Thank you

      1. Debby did you say those flip flops are a size 11? If so would you mind sending me the changes you made for that size? I’m still learning and I don’t think i can figure out how to increase the size yet, im still trying to learn how to read patterns.
        And Bethany thanks so much for the patterns and videos, I appreciate the videos everyone puts out

  7. On round 3 of size 7 pattern, do you mean 3 hdc in the stitch or am I misunderstanding? So far I am loving the pattern and have no issues. Just not sure how to proceed. Thank you!

      1. Thank you, Bethany! After I asked the question, went back and looked at the pattern and had the “duh” moment. Finished them and gave them to the Granddaughter. She loved them! Thank you again.

  8. It’s so funny that you put this out because I have made quite a few pair of the baby flip flops and people always tell me “Oh I wish those came in my size!” Now they do! So I’m going to make a few pair for my friends. I can’t make my own, however, because my foot is a size 11! (Yes, cry for me now. Cute shoes DO NOT come in my size.) Do you think you could just tell me which part of the pattern to change so I can make them in Sasquatch size? Thank you!

    1. Oh that’s awesome! Yes! You can make the sole longer by adding extra stitches along the side, and leaving the toe and heel the same. It’s about 1 extra ch for each size up on the foundation. If you need it wider, you could work the size 9, and work one extra round on the sole, making it longer and wider. (make sure to work the increases on the toe and heel). I hope that helps!

  9. Idk if its just me, but when I download any of your PDF patterns, the logo in the background of each page is solid (instead of being transparent like a watermark) and it obscures the written pattern on the majority of the page. Is it just me or does anyone else have the same issue?

  10. These are wonderful!! I especially like that they have a back strap! Just perfect. Thank you!!! I would like to make them for a good friend who will soon be visiting from Germany!