How to Crochet Barefoot Sandals Harbor Fog


yeah yeah in today’s video I’m going to show you
how to make this super simple barefoot sandal pattern. I’m going to be
using a miniature TIDBIT size of Be So Fine Yarn available on my website and a
size d hook which is 3.25 mm so let’s get started we’re going to
start you’re welcome to do a slip knot if you prefer and prefer tying a solid
not on to my crochet hook Start with a chain 5 slip stitch into the 5th chain
from hook to form a ring Chain 12, single crochet into the ring. Chain 12, single crochet into the ring again. Repeat this eight more times and
on the 9th chain-12 space I’ll show you how we finish this off a little bit
differently at the end. Chain 7 and a double trouble into
the ring. Yarn over three times insert the hook into the chain-5
space, yarn over pull up a loop, yarn over pull through two, yarn over pull through
two, yarn over pull through two yarn over pull through two and the reason we do
that is because we want to end up at the top center of this chain-12 space. Chain 4 (counts as a double crochet, chain 1 space) double crochet into same chain-12 space. chain 4, and in the
next chain 12 space double crochet, chain one, double crochet.
Start with a yarn over, insert hook into the chain 12 space yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull
through two, yarn over pull through two, chain one, we’re going to do a double
crochet in the same space again. Yarn over, insert your hook in the chain-12
space, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over, pull through two, yarn over
pull through two, chain 4. By the way I don’t think i mentioned what color
yarn I’m using. This is called harbor fog and Be So Fine Yarn comes in 17 hand-dyed
colorways this is like a really light silvery sage Ocean-y, stormy sea kind of a color.
Chain 4. A very soft color Double crochet, chain
1, double crochet in the next chain-12 space, yarn over your hook, insert your
hook in the chain 12 space, yarn over, pull up a loop, yarn over pull
through two, yarn over pull through two, chain 1, double crochet in the same space. Chain 4, In the next chain-12 space,
double crochet, chain 1, double crochet, chain 4 double crochet, chain 1, and double
crochet. We’re going to do this all the way around and then I’ll show you how we
finish this round and start the last round ok I’ve made it all the way around
working (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) in each chain-12 space and
doing a chain 4, (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) in the
next chain-1 space we did it all the way around ended with the chain 4 and
now we’re going to slip stitch to the top of the third chain at the beginning
of the round, the chain 3 counts as the double crochet of that chain 4 space so
that we had a (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet). Slip
stitch into that chain 1 space now chain 4 again,
which also counts as a (double crochet, chain 1) and we’re going to double
crochet in that same chain 1 space so that we have that V stitch formation in
the v-stitch formation of the previous round so we’re going to now chain 5 so this
round is very similar to the round before instead of doing chain four
spaces between our (double crochet, chain 1, double crochets) we’re now going to
do a chain 5 in between them and otherwise our V stitch or (double crochet,
chain 1, double crochet) is exactly the same but it’s worked into a chain one
space instead of a chain 12 space so it looks like that chain 5 and then the only one that we’re
going to do a little bit differently is the one that has its position for our
toe ring because these aren’t just triangular motifs they’re going to be
barefoot sandals this particular pattern for barefoot
sandals is really, really easy and quick to work up this would be a great project
over a weekend to do for a wedding party like a beach wedding that would be so
super cute let me just make sure I met the right
one. I went too far so we’re going to back up one more
spot ok so we did our first v-stitch second
and third on the fourth one we want to prepare for our toe ring so what we’re going to change 13 total
and then double crochet in a second time in that same chain one
space and just set this down so you can see what i mean and i’ll set it side by
side with our finished one you can definitely compare them and see what I’m
talking about okay see how that would be our first one
and then we did two regular ones so that was our first one we did two regular
ones and so this particular v stitch is then double crochet chain 13 double
crochet and now the rest of the round will be in the otherwise established
pattern of chain 5 and then (double crochet, chain 1, double crochet) in the chain 1 space. okay we’ve come to the end of the round
we’re going to finish with the chain 5 slip stitch to the third chain of
the chain 4 space the beginning of the round to join then we’re going to slip
stitch into the chain-1 space and we’re now going to chain 150 to do the
tie on this side. Count 150 and fasten off on that
side and then when you finish that you want to come back and on the opposite
corner here you’ll slip stitch to join and chain 150 there and then I want to
show you how I finish these after you fasten them off you want to tie a couple of knots in the
end it helps the end from all unraveling and it also gives you a little more
weight so that they sit really nicely once you tie them up your leg. if you
decide to make these, especially you decide to make them for a beach wedding please send me pictures I’d love to see
the barefoot sandals that you make

28 Comments

  • Awesome idea.

  • I have been admiring this idea. I actually have a pair of old sandals that are a similar shade of your yarn, Harbor Fog, and sort of a yellow/green shade combination. What I'm not sure about is I was thinking about combining these two colors around the horizontal strap at the toe area of the shoe (they are a slip on, there is no back to the shoe, and they are about a 2" wedge" and add the yarn directly to the shoe, and create it similar to this pattern to be wound around my ankle. I am just not sure I should create an actual flower as you are making in this video. Do you have another pattern that might be a simpler design to add to the shoe with an existing horizontal strap?

  • Can this be done for a baby 6 month or a 2 to 3 year old

  • I LOVE these! Have you written up the pattern yet? I don't see a link to it above. Theses would be adorable in so many different colors.

  • Can't wait to make these! They look so fun and so many colors!!

  • R you kidding me you start off with a double knot for your starting loop . Not the way to start crocheting!

  • another video way too fast to follow 🙁

  • I like this video and pattern. It is beautiful in the simplicity of the motif. I made several pairs for my nieces in red, white and blue. They loved them! They ran around those house and kept posing for me to show off their "pretty" feet! Thank you for the easy to follow video. It is perfect!

  • Okay, I love your video, very nice pattern and the instructions were great.
    One thing though: the intro to your video is so loud and sudden it almost made me turn off the video. I'm glad I didn't, but just a heads up.

  • Too fast to keep up with :/

  • I enjoyed the faster pace. some vids are so slow and go over silly stuff ppl should know that it's downright annoying. personally I plan to fav you and enjoy cutting thru the bull and getting to the meat and potatoes lol.

  • I like the faster pace much better, some I've seen are too slow to try to follow

  • It's not working with me. It buckles, I've tried it twice what's wrong??:

  • what do you mean by chain 5 space?

  • dear Kristin, you do beautiful work, any one who can't under stand should start a beginners "slow"video. I think you are doing a great job, keep it up. I have seen this kind of lave crochet for hand and wrists. Is that done the same way? Do you iron your work after finishing?

  • I 'm a beginner and not even familiar with the English terms for the knots, and I had no problem following. Just learn to hit the pause button, people!

  • nice video, but there is no link for the free patten 🙁

  • I liked pace but finished product (petal) doesn't sit well across the foot. Maybe less stitches?

  • could you please show me how you hold your yarn with your finger placemen.   You make it look a lot more comfortable than the way I do it…Thanking you in advance.

  • After you already did 2 12-chain loops, you said "do 8 more", and only after doing exactly as you instructed, I ended up with 10 loops, only to have you later on say that we "should now have 8 loops", so obviously I had to take out 2 of the loops. You should be a bit more careful with your instructions.

  • Thank you so much! You are Fabulous. I am a beginner, had no troubles at all and i just hit the pause button to catch up. Huge love to you, so grateful for you sharing your knowledge-i hope you know how much joy you are giving to us all xo

  • I love this pattern. I can't wait to look at your other barefoot sandals patterns.

  • очень красиво! большое спасибо!!!

  • 👏💖

  • ΤΕΛΕΙΑΑΑΑΑΑΑΑΑΑ♥

  • I love them. They look amazing. Thank you for sharing these with us.

  • Wish you would have finished the video.

  • If you pause, catch up, then watch, pause again, etc., this comes together quite easily. Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern.

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