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Thread: flips flops using quilting fabrics

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    flips flops using quilting fabrics

    found info about making these and I varied it a tad but made 2 pair and love them
    You remove the straps on flip flops and add fabrics straps comfy and easy
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    How do you do it? Inquiring minds that dislike plastic on the top of flip flops would love to know!!
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    Instructions or link please!!
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    So cute! I paid $12 for a pair like this at Penneys. Here's a link I found with directions to making a pair.

    http://www.themotherhuddle.com/tutor...flip-flop-diy/
    Last edited by quiltinggirl; 05-28-2012 at 03:58 PM.
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    http://www.themotherhuddle.com/tutor...flip-flop-diy/
    I used this but sewed the fabric into tubes so no raw edges

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    Very pretty, they look so comfy in fabric!
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    Great idea! Love it
    Here in Australia we call them thongs. (imagine our horror when "thongs" became underwear!!)
    Heather
    In Queensland, Australia

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    Awe, too cute!
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    Heather, I'm "old", so we called them thongs when I was growing up. They weren't nearly as much a part of our wardrobe as they are now. That's all anyone wears now, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma7 View Post
    Heather, I'm "old", so we called them thongs when I was growing up. They weren't nearly as much a part of our wardrobe as they are now. That's all anyone wears now, lol.
    Thongs yes I remember when thongs were something you put on your foot not an undergarment. You must know what pedal pushers are too. Lol
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