I really like these and will try to put them on flip flop soles.
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I would love to have an English version of this pattern
To get started make a note of the number of holes on your chosen size of sole. Your tension should be 13 stitches and 24 rows (12 ridges) for a 10cm (4") square. Using 5.5 mm needles (US size 9, UK and Canadian size 5) cast on 11 stitches for size 1-2, 12 stitches for sizes 3 to 7, 13 stitches for size 8-10 and 14 stitches for bigger sizes.Knit twice as many rows as you have holes e.g. if the sole has 68 holes knit 136 rows. Cast off leaving a long tail (about a yard or metre) to start your stitching. Our kits include extra strong thread instead of the yarn for the sewing. Using a blunt needle start stitching the LONG edge from one corner to the centre front of the slipper. There's a small notch to show the correct starting point. The key to even spacing is to stitch one rib of the garter stitch to each hole and work your way right round.Make any joins on the underside of the sole so they will be hidden when you stitch on the outsole.When you get back to the toe continue in the same direction stitching the short edge over you first stitches. Tuck the other short edge inside and stitch this to the knitted upper close to where it joins the sole.Reverse the overlap for the other foot! The outsole is attached by stitching through both (or all if you're using more than two!) layers of soles. Here we are attaching it with back stitch, but you can use any stitch you would like e.g. blanket stitch always looks cosy. Use the space between the inner and outer sole to hide the joins in your thread or yarn.
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