Hi everyone, it's been a while since I have felt like crocheting anything. I originally had a plan to do up some old jandals (flip-flops, thongs, sandals, whatever you call them in your part of the world) but I couldn't end up finding them.
So instead I thought I would play around with some yarn and came up with these Frilly Jandals. These ones are newborn size but I am going to play around with making a few more sizes since they work up so fast.
To make these more practical I suggest adding elastic to the back through the loops or even some pretty ribbon. I don't think they would stay on very long without them.
Materials you will need are:
- 4 ply/fingering weight yarn in two colours, I used pink and white. You can find a great selection here.
- 3.00 mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Stitch marker (bobby pin)
Gauge: Because it would take just as long to work up a gauge swatch as it does to make the sole there is no gauge. Your finished sole should measure 3.5 inches in length. If your sole is to small go up a hook size. If it is to large go down a hook size.