Made by Alicia
Aunt Lydia Bamboo Crochet Thread #3 and D hook.
Stitches to know-
SL ST= slip stitch TBC=treble crochet
SC =single crochet
Beg V=Chain 4, DC in same space V=DC, Ch1, DC same space
*Vs are worked in the ch1 space throughout the pattern*
Row 1) Chain 20, join with a sl st into the first chain. This will be the loop for the toe, as well as starting the triangle.
Row 2) SL st into the big loop, Beg V. Turn
Row 3) SL st into the ch1 space from previous Beg V (from here out this is how you will work the turn) Beg V, V. Turn (2 Vs worked)
Row 4) Sl st into previous Ch1 space. Beg V, V in space between previous V, V in last V. Turn (3 Vs worked)
Row 5) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in the ch1 space, V in next ch 1 space. Turn (3Vs worked)
Row 6) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in same space as Beg V, V in next ch1 space, 2V in last ch1 space. Turn (5Vs worked)
Row 7) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in each of the ch1 spaces across. Turn (5 Vs worked)
Row 8) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in the same space as Beg V, V in each ch1 space, 2Vs in the last ch1 space. Turn (7Vs worked)
Row 9) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in each of the ch 1 spaces across. Turn (7Vs worked)
Row 10) Sl st into the previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in same space, V in each of the ch1 space. 2Vs in the last ch1 space. Turn (9Vs worked)
Row 11) Sl st into previous ch1 space. Beg V, V in each ch1 spaces across. Do NOT turn (9Vs worked)
Row 12 turn triangle so you are working along the side. Sc, ch3 sc around the last DC just made. Sc, ch3, sc around each DC around. When you get to the toe loop, I pulled it down so I could sc, ch3, sc in the same space and around the other side. 3 Sides completed.
After 3 sides are completed chain the number you would like, I had mine tie in the front so I chained 121 and fasten off. Join with sc in the same ch1 space you ended with. Sc, ch3, sc in each ch1 space, ending w/ chains for the other side, again I chained 121. Fasten off.
Ch 4, join to 1st ch to make a loop or do a magic loop
*Ch 4, 3tbc, ch4, sl st into ring,* Repeat 4 more times for a total of 5 flower petals. Sew onto sandal.
~Pattern written by Hooked2yarn, please do not present this pattern as your own. You do have permission, however to sell any product made from this pattern~
4 thoughts on “Summertime Sandles”
Those are adorable. No, I won’t be making a pair. But they are really, really cute.
Very cute. Do they count as shoes in a store that says, ‘No shoes, no service’?
Here in our area they have, no one wants to look at the bottom. Guess they don’t want to look silly.
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