Yo-Yo Sandals with Cord Soles by Sophie and Me-Ingunn Santini

Yo-Yo Sandals with Cord Soles

Crochet
April 2018
All Adult and Teen-Sizes
US
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YO-YO CROCHET SANDALS with CORD-SOLES
Made for street-wear.

These sandals are created with connected crochet-circles as top piece, joined to a handmade cord-sole.

The sandals are not possible to make without soles.
Included in pattern is tutorial for the soles I have used: Cord Soles.

The instructions describes step by step how to make the sandals, for ANY size and foot-shape!
Handle the sandals as a pair of Espadrilles.

The top-piece can however be joined to any of the soles in the COLLECTION FOR OUTSOLES.
Note the No Poke Flip-Flop Soles, a great solution for this design.

Terminology: American Crochet Terms.
Skill Level: Intermediate.

YO YO SANDALS PDF:
10 pages. Written Instruction with step-by-step photos.

CORD-SOLES PDF:
13 pages. Tutorial for How to make Cord-Soles for sandals.]4

MATERIALS:

For the Cord-Soles:
Yarn:
1 large ball, or 2 small balls 2 mm hemp packing-twine, or any suitable material.

For the YoYo Circles:
Yarn:
DK 3-4, cotton or any suitable yarn for your project. 3 colors. Yarn-scraps are great!

My yarn: Double-stranded crochet-thread size 3.

Thinner yarn will create smaller circles/top-piece.
Thicker yarn will create larger circles/top-piece.

Amount:
Small amount of each color.

Crochet hook:
European metric 3mm (US D/3), or any hook-size to match your yarn.
Edging the circles: 3,5 mm (US E/4).

Gauge:
Not important for this project.

Sizes:
Any Size.

NOTE:
The tutorial for the Cord-Soles, include all the info you need to create the sandals.

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PERMISSION TO SELL
You are welcome to sell the finished product made from this pattern! Please credit me as the designer.

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