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Thread: flips flops using quilting fabrics

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    What a cute idea. Thanks for sharing.

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    I don't wear flip-flops, don't even own a pair. But, I call my daughter the 'Flip-flop Queen', she wears them all the time. The next time she comes to visit, I will make her a pair of these.

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    I wish I had saved mine when the dog chewed off the tops of a couple of pair.z

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaCsews2 View Post
    I do! And crop tops too! I used to call those flip flops 'thongs' when our kids were little. Even then they thought I was ridiculous.
    I still call them thongs. I guess I don't know any better. I think the younger crowd call some underwear, thongs.

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    These are really cute but won't the knots on the bottom pick up a lot of dirt.

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    i made a few prs. using the directions on you tube for fabric flip flops. they're great.
    thanks for this tut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt-Till-U-Wilt View Post
    These are really cute but won't the knots on the bottom pick up a lot of dirt.
    The knots sort of go up into the holes a bit

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    You could coat the knots with fray-check or clear nail polish, or some such liquid, to make them resist dirt and moisture. I use clear nail polish on the soles of the moccasions I wear for sqaure dancing and they stay much cleaner and wear much longer.

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