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Free Crochet Pattern – Barefoot Sandals!

Free crochet pattern – barefoot sandals. It’s the season for barefoot’n! What a fun project this free “Pearl of the Sea” Barefoot Sandals crochet pattern is to make, wear and gift! Easy, hooks up fast, great yarn stash-buster; and by adding the beading, they become elegant and festive. I made the coral colored pair up and my daughter-in-law saw them and promptly claimed them as hers! That made me smile, as she is very fashion-forward and has great taste. So to pass the “test”, was a nice feeling. I used 100% mercerized cotton, category 3, for this pattern and my model is made with Omega Sinfonia. Another great yarn for this project is Patons Grace. The gorgeous wooden crochet hook is an Heirloom Wooden Crochet Hook from Furls Crochet, a size H in Rosewood – YUMMY! As for the beads, really any size bead will work, as long as you can string it onto your yarn. I have a new tutorial on adding beads to your crochet projects, specifically posted to help aid in your success with this pattern. That “Add a Bead” tutorial can be found here.

Pearl of the Sea Barefoot Sandals-The Hooked Haberdasher

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Pearl of the Sea Barefoot Sandals

Designed by The Hooked Haberdasher

MATERIALS

  • Category 3, mercerized 100% cotton yarn 60-75 yards. I used Omega Sinfonia for the model; another good option is Patons Grace
  • Size H (5.00mm) crochet hook
  • Tapestry/yarn needle
  • 16 Beads

SIZE

  • One size fits US women’s shoe size 6-9. Can be adjusted to smaller/larger sizes by reducing/adding motif(s) and chains for toe/ankle straps.

ABBREVIATIONS

  • +B=add bead with sl st method
  • Ch=chain
  • Dc=double crochet
  • R=row
  • Sc=single crochet
  • Sl st=slip stitch
  • Sk=skip
  • Sp=space
  • St(s)= stitch/stitches

Β HOW TO READ THIS PATTERN

  1. When instructions are in brackets [ ] those sts are worked as a set.
  2. Parentheses ( ) at the end of a row = total sts for that row.

NOTES

  • Adding beads to your project: String 16 beads onto your yarn. When the pattern reads +B, add bead using a slip stitch. If you are unfamiliar with adding beads to your yarn and project, see my tutorial here.
  • Beginning ch1 does not count as a st for R3 and repeats of R3.
  • Always keep your bead to the right side of your work. R3 and repeats of R3 is the wrong side of your work. When working your sc rows, bend/push your bead forward, essentially working the st behind the bead to keep the bead on the right side of your work.
  • To don your sandals, tie a loose single knot approximately 2-3 inches from the end of one ankle strap. Hook toe loop over one toe, motifs lie flat on top of foot, draw straps around ankle to heel, crossing over and back around ankle. Place the unknotted ankle strap through the knot on the other ankle strap, pulling the unknotted strap taut to your comfort and tighten the knot at the outside of the ankle. ENJOY wearing your Pearl of the Sea Barefoot Sandals.

Craftsy

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PATTERN Pearl of the Sea Barefoot Sandal (make 2)

R1: Ch10, +B. Working back down the chain through 1 loop only, sl st in 2nd chain from hook and each remaining ch. Join with sl st to 1st sl st (st next to bead)Β to form a ring. (10)

BF Sandals R1 The Hooked Haberdasher

R2: Ch3 (counts as a dc and ch1), working to the right side of bead, [dc, ch1, dc] into same spot as bead, +B. Now working to the left side of bead [dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc] all into same st as bead, turn.

BF sandal R2 The Hooked Haberdasher

R3: Ch1, sc each st and ch sp across, keeping the bead to the front of your work, turn. (10)

BF sandal R4 The Hooked Haberdasher

R4: Sk 1st st, sl st next 3 sts and into bead space. Ch3 (counts as dc and ch1), [dc, ch1, dc,] all into right side of bead space, +B, [dc, ch1, dc, ch1, dc] all into left side of same bead space, turn.

BF sandal R3 The Hooked Haberdasher

R5, 7, 9: Repeat R3.

R6, 8, 10: Repeat R4.

R11: Repeat R3 – DO NOT TURN – continue to R12.

BF Sandal R12 The Hooked Haberdasher

R12: Ch49, +B. Working back down the chain through 1 loop only, sl st 2nd ch from hook and each ch working back to R11, join with sl st to last sc of R11, sl st each sc across. Ch49, +B. Working back down the chain through 1 loop only, sl st 2nd ch from hook and each ch working back to R11, join with sl st to last post of R11. Finish off with a clean finish, weave in ends.

BF sandal Finish The Hooked Haberdasher

Β©2015, Designed by Wendy Bickford aka The Hooked Haberdasher. All Rights Reserved. The design, pattern, and images are property of The Hooked Haberdasher. You may use this pattern for personal use/charity. Sale of finished item is also permitted with pattern credit given to www.thehookedhaberdasher.com. No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Wendy Bickford.

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β™₯ ~ Wendy

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About thehookedhaberdasher

I was blessed with two dear Grandmothers who were wonderfully gifted and loved all the arts of handcrafting. At their knee, a wee little blonde girl learned the fine art of crochet under their wise and talented tutelage. Now that little girl has grown up and enjoys a lifestyle that affords me the time to put hooks, yummy yarns and fibers back into my hands, returning to the joy and fun of the art of handcrafted crochet. I am awed by the talent and creative patterns of modern new designers, but still enjoy the beauty of vintage patterns as well. My mind and hands are never idle, designing and handcrafting stylishly beautiful, practical, cozy, comfy, sweet and cute wearables and loveables for old and young alike. As a very detail oriented artist, I design and crochet with love, embracing the virtues bequested to me by those two beautiful Grandmothers.

Posted on April 17, 2015, in CROCHET TIP, Free Patterns, PATTERNS, tutorial and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 22 Comments.

  1. I love these! If I credit you with the pattern, do you mind if I sell my finished items?

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  2. I keep meaning to make myself some of these, then I could say I am wearing footwear around the house!

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  3. These are so pretty! What bead did you use for the 5 petal look? Or is it a button?

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  4. I am having a hard time following, do you have a youtube to follow for this pattern. I love this pattern

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    • thehookedhaberdasher1

      I’m sorry you’re having troubles with the barefoot sandal pattern, Charlotte. If you would like to email me and let me know which step you are confused by, I’ll be able to better assist you πŸ™‚ p.s. At this time I do not have a You Tube channel or tutorial for this pattern – but that’s a good idea, I should get a channel and start making videos πŸ™‚

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      • what a great idea to start a YouTube Channel. I too am trying to make these and a video tutorial would be amazing πŸ™‚ But the pics are helpful, at least better than trying to do without..These are awesome by the way…
        If you get a channel and do a video i’d love to know

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  5. I love this!! So pretty and fancy looking. I am definitely adding this to my list of things to do. Especially since this uses that Sinforia yarn. I have been wanting to try it.

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  6. Very pretty, and very well explanattion

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