Crochet Barefoot Sandals – Arrowhead Design

It might as well be summer here in Florida with all this non-winter weather we’ve been having. So needless to say, I’ve got summer vibes on my mind. These barefoot sandals are a fun way to enjoy beach weather, not to mention they are one of my favorite designs. I hope you like them too 🙂

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Size:
Women’s U.S. shoe 6-9

 

Materials:
• 10 count crochet thread [0 : Lace]
• Size 6/1.8 MM Steel Crochet Hook
• Scissors
• Seed Beads
• Tapestry Needle (that will fit in the holes of the seed beads)

 

Special Stitches:

Beg shell = Beginning shell
To create a beg shell for this pattern… (Ch-3, 2 dc, ch-2, 3 dc) in indicated sp.

Shell
To create a shell for this pattern… (3 dc, ch-2, 3 dc) in indicated sp.

 

Sandal and Toe Strap (make two):

Beg:
• Leaving a small yarn tail, ch-3.
• (2 dc, ch-2, 2 dc, ch-3, sl-st) in third ch from hook.
• Ch-30 for toe strap. Sl-st again in same third ch. 2 sl-st in beg ch-3 sp. Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [3 total]. (Beg shell, ch-2, 3 dc) in that ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 1:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-1. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 2:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-1. (Dc, ch-3, dc) in ch-1 sp. Ch-1. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 3:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-1. 7 dc in ch-3 sp in center. Ch-1. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 4:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-1. Dc/ch-1 between each dc in center [6]. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 5:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-2. Dc/ch-2 between each dc in center [5]. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 6:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-3. Sc/ch-3 between each dc in center [4]. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 7:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-4. Sc/ch-4 between each sc in center [3]. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 8:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-5. Sc/ch-5 between each sc in center [2]. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 9:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. Beg shell in that ch-2 sp. Ch-6. (Dc, ch-3, dc) in ch-5 sp in center. Ch-6. Shell in next ch-2 sp. Turn.

Row 10:
• Sl-st in top of each dc across, up to, and once into, first ch-2 sp [4 total]. (Beg shell, ch-2, 3 dc) in that ch-2 sp. Ch-5. Shell in ch-3 sp in center. Ch-5. (Beg shell, ch-2, 3 dc) in next ch-2 sp.
• Cut yarn leaving about 6”. Pull through so that yarn end is sticking out of the middle of the last st.

End:
• Thread yarn on a tapestry needle.
• Put needle through the first sc of this round, under both top yarn strands, coming in from the back of the piece and out the front of the piece (the side facing you). Pull through. Put needle in the top of the middle of the last sc of this round (where the yarn end is sticking out of) and go under the top yarn strand that is facing you. Pull through.
• Weave yarn through work until it is hidden and then weave a knot. Weave rest of yarn back and forth a few times and then cut it close to work. Do the same for any other remaining yarn tails on work.

 

Ankle Strap (make two):

• Leaving a 6” yarn tail, ch repeatedly until the strap measures 50”, or desired length.
• Cut yarn leaving about 6”. Pull through so that yarn end is sticking out of the middle of the last st, this will fasten it off.
• Using your hook, weave the strap you just created into the ch sps on the top of the sandal. Add beads to each of the tail ends and weave yarn back and forth through them. Tie a knot where the beads meet the chs to end with a clean and secure finish.

 

 

You may print or repost this pattern and you may sell products made from it, but you are asked to please reference it’s original author and source (listed below). Happy hooking!
© Mandy B, Createfully Ever After™. All rights reserved.

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