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Tribal Barefoot Sandals

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Walks on the beach, summer concerts in the park, or weddings on the sandy coast, are all the perfect occasions for barefoot sandals. I show how to use beads and feathers to adorn this pair of lace up tribal footwear that is all the rage! Spend your summer in style with this fun accessory!

Tribal Sandals

Although simple to create, these make an impressive fashion statement and give a great free-spirited vibe when you are looking for alternative footwear.

Tribal Sandals

These can be worn bare, or you can dress up a pair of sandals/shoes.

Tribal Sandals

You can chain an amount that you are comfortable with, but the more you chain, the higher you can wrap these up your leg!! You can make them simple and eliminate the beads and feather look. OR, you can add more embellishments like a crocheted flower!! The possibilities are endless.

Tribal Sandals

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Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat (My Daddy)
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Pattern:

Designed by Nadia Fuad
You may sell items made from my pattern, but please reference my website YARNutopia.com.
Please do not copy, sell, and/or post this pattern and claim it as your own.

Materials:
FibraNatura Sea Song Less than 50 yards
-Size 2.25mm Crochet Hook
-Yarn Needle and Smaller Sewing needle
-Scissors
-Beads (Assortment)
-2 Feathers
Crimp Beads

NOTES:
-This is worked from one side, down to the toe, back up to the other side.
-This will fit any foot from size 6-12 Womens
-You can use any type of yarn for this project. Gauge is not very important.

Special stitches:
Ch(s): chain(s)
YO: Yarn Over
St(s): Stitch(es)
Sl st: slip stitch
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half-Double Crochet

Pattern:
Ch 300 (or any amount that you would want to wrap around your ankle/leg) then, ch an extra 45 chs.

Sl st into the 15th ch from hook.
Ch 1, sk 1 ch, HDC in next CH, repeat from * until you have 12 HDC. Then, Ch 1 and sk a ch and sl st into next ch. Then ch the same amount that you chained in the beginning. In my case, it was 300. Fasten off.

Sandal made.

Watch video tutorial on how to attach beads and feather! Enjoy!

 

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Crochet Tutorial: 3-Piece Bow-tastic Baby Outfit

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Here is the full 3-Piece Set complete with photos and videos. Click the photos to take you to each individual blog post.

Three Piece Set

Three Piece Set

 

Hat:

Bowtastic!

 

Slippers:

Baby Booties

 

Dress:

Baby Dress with a Bow

 

 

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat

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Recently I posted a video tutorial for the Ribbon and Bow hatIn continuation of the “bow-tastic” theme, I bring you another baby tutorial showing you how to crochet a pair of peep-toe baby sandals using inspiration from this pattern by Hut’s Crochet. I really liked her instructions on the bottoms and sides, but I adapted my own pattern for the top and bow.

Baby Booties

 

Here the video tutorial for the baby sandals/slippers.

 

If you want to make your bow bigger or smaller, watch this video tutorial I filmed a while back to show you how!

These cute sandals are the perfect accent to any infant outfit and go so well with the bow hat. It makes the perfect set to give as a gift! This is another quick and easy project, perfect for a beginner or any seasoned crocheter to accomplish in an afternoon!

Without the bow, these would make cute little boy slippers as well. You can change things up and make a flower, add a button, or any other embellishment! Get creative, and have fun!

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
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Crochet Tutorial: Baby Sandals with a Bow

Crochet Tutorial: Transform your Flip Flops with fun crochet magic

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Flip Flops

Have you ever had the perfect outfit and you needed just the right shoes to go with it? That summer dress that would be perfect with the exact same color flip flops? Through my easy tutorial, I show you how to transform a very basic Dollar Store flip flops into a great summer sandal and beach shoe! This is a beginner pattern so anybody can do it! I found the FREE written pattern here, by Poppy and Bliss

The wonderful ideas that you can expand from this basic tutorial are endless!

  • Bridal flip flops for the reception
  • Match them for your bridesmaids and give them as gifts
  • A little girl’s outfit needs the perfect slippers to match
  • Add flowers or buttons for embellishments to dress these up even more
  • Use as many colors as you want
  • Make these in under 2 hours!

I have personally made numerous pairs of these flip flops from the basic design shown in this video to very elaborate and fancier designs. I was actually once employed to make an entire set for a Harley Davidson Wedding in which the bride had ordered black flip flops with black and orange embellishment crochet for her girls to wear at the dance at her wedding. This is a fun idea with so many purposes! They really do make great gifts because they add a touch of handmade to a simple item.

I found this written free pattern online that you can find here.

Materials used:

  • Size E-3.50mm crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle
  • Flip Flops (I used size Medium 7/8)
  • Caron Simply Soft Yarn in Pagoda, Passion, and Watermelon (but you can use any scraps you have)

Here is a list of the colors I used for each row.

  • Rows 1-2: Watermelon
  • Rows 3-7: Passion
  • Rows 8-10: Pagoda
  • Rows 11-12: Watermelon
  • Rows 13-16: Pagoda
  • Rows 17-19: Passion
  • Rows 20-25: Watermelon
  • Rows 26-29: Passion
  • Rows 30-31: Pagoda
  • Rows 32-34: Watermelon
  • Rows 35-36: Passion
  • Rows 37-39: Pagoda
  • Rows 40-42: Passion
  • Rows 43-45: Watermelon
  • Rows 46-52: Pagoda
  • Rows 53-55: Watermelon
  • Rows 56-57: Passion

Here are a few ways you can embellish flip flops using crochet magic!

Flip Flops\ Flip Flops

Flip Flops

Flip Flops

Flip Flops

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
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Crochet Video Tutorial: Adult Barefoot Sandals

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I was surfing the Net and found The Purple Poncho’s website and Carolyn had written this pattern earlier this year. I absolutely fell in love with them! They are a quick pattern that can be whipped up in no time! Be sure to check out her blog and watch my video tutorial on how to make these fabulous barefoot sandals!
Materials Used:
Aunt Lydia’s  Crochet Thread #10; 21 yards each triangle or total 42 yards for both.
Hook – Size F
Tapestry Needle for weaving in the ends
Scissors

Teacher: Nadia Fuad
Video and Editing: Fuad Azmat

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