The strappy crochet barefoot sandals look sexy on your feet when you are out on the beach. They cause minimal inhibition while plunging in the cool waters or sunbathing in summers. At the same time, they look extremely stylish. Crochet lovers should find it easy to make the gorgeous footwear thanks to our compilation of tutorials given below.
This foot jewelry is going to grab a few eyeballs owing to its unconventional design. Match them with blue nail polish and you are ready to take on the waves.
This simple project takes the help of plastic rings and leftover crochet thread to create the beautiful flowers.
This wonderful spider crochet pattern begins with the toe loop and is worked upwards towards the ankle.
You can lace this cute pair of Bohemian sandals in a variety of ways such as like that of a ballerina or a gladiator shoe.
This cute pair of hearts looks lovely on the tiny feet of infants, toddlers and baby girls.
A couple of triangle motifs on each of these sassy white barefoot sandals make them perfect for a summer outing. If you want to try out some other color, you can go for tan that suits the weather.
The free pattern employs a multitude of cotton embroidery floss to crochet a pair of elaborate triangular fans for barefoot sandals.
This easy thong pattern of barefoot sandals also uses embroidery floss instead of the traditional yarn and a size D crochet hook. Quick to make, you can wear them indoors, outside or even with flats.
Let the little ones indulge in summertime fun by wearing a pair of beautiful crochet barefoot sandals in a floral pattern.
Adding a few beads will make this pattern even more stylish. You would require a needle to finish the DIY.
If you desire, you may make this pattern out of strands of two different colors for a crazy and wild look.
The button detailing on this super cute baby gladiator sandals makes the foot accessory unique.
Some babies hate wearing shoes and socks, mo matter how cold it is outside. A pair of adorable floral barefoot sandals can come to the rescue by keeping their little feet warm.
Adding red flowers glams up the plain white barefoot sandals lending a chic girly look.
In the above-linked tutorial, you will find only the instructions to make the triangular base of the below baby barefoot sandals. For the flower, check out our post, How to Crochet a Rose: 32 Free Patterns for help.
This lovely pair of sandals comes cheap as you can easily crochet it following the instructions in the tutorial linked above. No need to burn a hole in your pocket!
You can always add your own ideas to the given tutorials to match your preferences. Hoping to have offered you some of the most creative and unique designs, we sign off here. Wishing you the best with your crochet hook and yarn.
Published on November 27th 2016 by Peyton Derrida