Crochet Rochelle: Baby Starfish Barefoot Sandals

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Baby Starfish Barefoot Sandals

(This pattern originally appeared online at Copyrights have now reverted to me, the designer.)  
Help your baby make a splash at the beach or pool with their very own pair of Starfish Barefoot Sandals! These cute accents are much cooler in summer time for baby's little feet, but still punch up the cute factor. Crochet a pair in any color to match all of baby's summer outfits or beach ware. This pattern comes together fast and can easily be crocheted in one sitting. Baby barefoot sandals would also make a clever and creative baby shower gift as well. Lengthen the straps and toe loop to create barefoot sandals for kids or adult size feet.

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Size: Newborn - 12 months

Skill Level:  Easy

Materials: Caron Simply Soft, any color

Hook size: G/4.25mm

CH = chain
SC = single crochet
HDC = half double crochet
DC = double crochet
MR = magic ring/loop (tutorial)
RND = round
SL ST = slip stitch

Gauge: not needed

Instructions: (Make two)

Create a magic ring (aka adjustable loop).
Ch 1, 12 sc in ring, tighten loop, sl st to 1st sc.
[Ch 7, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc, hdc in next 2 chs, dc in next 2 chs. Skip next sp in magic ring, sl st in next space.] 6 times, and end with sl st to same sc as join from round 1. Do not fasten off, proceed to toe loop instructions.

Add the Toe Loop
Ch 15, sl st to round 1 to form the toe loop, fasten off, weave ends.

Ch 40 (Ch 80 if you want the strap to wrap twice around ankle), sl st to back of starfish point opposite of the toe loop. Ch 40 more (Ch 80 if you want the strap to wrap twice around ankle). Finish off. This forms the ankle straps. (See image.)

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