Flocking to the Beach – Flip Flop Block –


It doesn’t get better than flip flop weather!  I think it is safe to say that it is officially flip flop season here where I live and it just isn’t summer without painted toenails peeking out of a fun pair of flip flops.  The truth is that even if it is not quite warm enough, you should just put on your favorite pair of flip flops and pretend its summer anyway!

I hope you guys are getting as excited as I am to finish this super trendy corner to corner blanket.  If you are just getting started with your “Flocking to the Beach” Afghan, make sure you complete the Flocking to the Beach —Pineapple Block— and the Flocking to the Beach — Flamingo Block — as well.  When all of our blocks are finished up, it will be the perfect lap blanket to snuggle under during those beach bonfires sure to come!


This is a free pattern, but please do not share this pattern as your own.  You may make items to sell with this pattern, in exchange, please link back to this post.  Do not use my photos as your own sales photos.  Please feel free to tag CoffeeandCrochetGoals to share your completed projects.


The finished c2c graph is 15in x 15in and with the border ended 17in x 17in.


  • Color 1:  Spring Green, Red Heart Super Savor, 1 skein
  • Color 2: Petal Pink, Red Heart Super Savor, 1 skein
  • Color 3: Pretty ‘n Pink, Red Heart Super Savor, 1 skein
  • Color 4: Turqua, Red Heart Super Savor, 1 skein
  • Color 5: White, Red Heart Super Savor, 1 skein
  • Size I (5.25mm) crochet hook
  • C2C Flip Flop Graph or Word Chart
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors


  • SC – single crochet
  • DC – double crochet
  • SK – skip stitch
  • CH – chain
  • SL ST – slip stitch



  • G = Spring Green, Red Heart Yarn
  • LP = Petal Pink, Red Heart Yarn
  • DP = Pretty ‘n Pink, Red Heart Yarn
  • B = Turqua, Red Heart Yarn


  1. 1G
  2. 2G
  3. 3G
  4. 4G
  5. 5G
  6. 6G
  7. 4DP, 3G
  8. 3G, 1DP, 3LP, 1DP
  9. 1DP, 4LP, 1DP, 3G
  10. 4G, 5LP, 1DP
  11. 1DP, 1LP, 2B, 2LP, 1DP, 4G
  12. 5G, 2LP, 2B, 2LP, 1G
  13. 1G, 1DP, 1LP, 2B, 2LP, 1DP, 5G
  14. 3DP, 3G, 2LP, 1B, 1LP, 1B, 1LP, 2G
  15. 2G, 1DP, 1B, 4LP, 1DP, 2G, 1DP, 2LP, 1DP
  16. 1DP, 3LP, 1DP, 2G, 1DP, 1LP, 1B, 2LP, 1B, 3G
  17. 3G, 1B, 3LP, 1B, 1DP, 2G, 1DP, 4LP, 1DP
  18. 1G, 2LP, 2B, 1LP, 1DP, 2G, 1DP, 3LP, 1B, 4G
  19. 4G, 1B, 3LP, 1B, 3G, 3B, 2LP, 1DP, 1G
  20. 2G, 2LP, 1B, 1LP, 2B, 3G, 1B, 3LP, 1DP, 4G                              /////start decrease in a square////
  21. 4G, 4LP, 1DP, 2G, 1B, 2LP, 1B, 2LP, 1DP, 1G
  22. 1G, 3LP, 1B, 2LP, 1B, 1DP, 1G, 1B, 4LP, 3G
  23. 2G, 1DP, 4LP, 1G, 1DP, 4LP, 1B, 2LP, 1DP
  24. 1DP, 2LP, 1B, 4LP, 2DP, 4LP, 2G
  25. 1G, 1DP, 4LP, 1DP, 5LP, 1B, 1LP, 1DP
  26. 1DP, 1LP, 1B, 5LP, 1G, 4LP, 1G
  27. 1DP, 3LP, 2DP, 4LP, 1B, 1LP, 1G
  28. 1G, 1DP, 1B, 4LP, 1G, 1DP, 2LP, 1DP
  29. 3DP, 1G, 1DP, 4LP, 1DP, 1G
  30. 1G, 1DP, 3LP, 1DP, 4G
  31. 4G, 1DP, 2LP, 1DP, 1G
  32. 1G, 3DP, 4G
  33. 7G
  34. 6G
  35. 5G
  36. 4G
  37. 3G
  38. 2G
  39. 1G




The first step after completing a block is to tie in all those loose ends.  Then we will add a solid border in white around each block.  With your hook attach the white yarn.

R1: SC around the entire square.  Each pixel or tile will have 3 SC (1 in the space between tiles and 2 in the tile itself).  This will give you a nice even border around your graph.  In the corner spaces 1SC, CH3, 1SC. When you have completed the round, SL ST to the first SC and CH1.

R2: 1SC into the same stitch.  CH1, SK1 and 1SC into the next stitch.  Continue all around the square in the 1SC, CH1, SK1, 1SC pattern.  In each corner 1SC, CH3, 1SC.  When you have completed the round SL ST to the first SC and CH1.

R3: Repeat Round 2.  Cut and tie off white yarn.


I hope you have been following along with us and are almost done with your “Flocking to the Beach” Afghan as well.   You can also find the first two blocks here:  .  Follow us on Instagram to get a sneak peak of the last block.  Here is to smashing some crochet goals

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