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Next, snip pieces of the flip flop away on the back of the flip flop, right around each hole of the flip flop. Don’t cut all the way through, making the hole bigger just make a bigger resting spot for your knot to lay (that you’ll be placing here in later steps). Cut about 1/3 of the way
. Make sure you’re using a semi stretchy knit fabric so that the strap will fit snugly around your foot. This will help the sandal to stay in place. To determine whether or not the braided section in long enough…
wrap the braided knit around the back of your foot and then up over the top of your foot and down through your toes. And then make sure that there is enough to stick through the sandal and then tie in a knot.
Now, you need to shove the raw ends down into the hole by the toes of the sandal. I used a pen (in the “off” position) to shove the ends down in there. The hole will stretch so you can really shove a lot down in there with some effort.
You should have both ends coming out the bottom of the sandal. Be sure that the braid isn’t all twisted on the other side.
Next, tie really tight knots into each end of the braid and then trim off the excess fabric.
Then add a little hot glue beneath your knots and into the crevice of the flip-flop that you dug out earlier.
While the glue is still hot, press the knots into the foam sandal and as hard as you can, to really secure the knots in place…….and to force them into the sole of the sandal.
Now, cut more strips of your knit fabric and make a loop of fabric on each side of the sandal, including the braided strap as you loop the side strap down in place.
After you have both side loops in place, make knots in the bottom and trim off the excess. Glue them in place the same way.