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Urban Reflection CAL Week 4: Border and Blocking

Pretty Baby Barefoot Sandals

I was at church a few weeks ago and I saw a baby with some ADORABLE barefoot sandals! They were made of fabric and I loved them immediately! I keep seeing barefoot sandals everywhere and they are all really cute, except if I were an infant and someone stuck a piece of yarn between my toes I would lose it! Sigh, the things we women suffer for beauty's sake at such a young age..... These sandals were different though, they didn't wrap around a toe! GENIUS!!! I thought to myself, "Hey, I can crochet something like that!" And now here is the LONG awaited pattern!

Pretty Baby Barefoot Sandal Pattern
This pattern has been sold to All Free Crochet. You can find it HERE.

If you like this pattern you might also like my Ruffle Hair Bow.

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  1. So stinkin' adorable! Thanks so much for sharing! And I agree that these would be so much more comfortable without being between the toes. Well done!

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    1. Thank you so much! :D I really love them! They work up so fast, I can't stop making them for all my friends with little girls! ;)

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  2. They look really cute! I am making a pair tonight with matching headband!!

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  3. Soooo cute!! I also found this tutorial for how to make your own baby sandals using elastic:
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/157460782/how-to-make-your-own-baby-barefoot?ref=shop_home_active

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  4. Thanks! I was looking for a pattern that didn't go between the toes. (Not the safest thing in my opinion)
    I was wondering, do you flowers lie flat once sewn together?

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    1. No, mine kind of rise in the middle. If you have another favorite flower pattern you can always substitute it. This is just one I came up with. I'm sure these sandals will work with just about any flower. :)

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    2. Okay good, just wanted to make sure I did it right! They are gorgeous nonetheless! My three year old insisted on wearing them to bed :)

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    3. Awwww that's adorable!!!! :)

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    1. You're very welcome, I hope you enjoy it!!! :D

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  6. These are adorable. Thanks so much for sharing the pattern. Will definitely be making loads of these for the summer.

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    1. Thanks so much! I really hope you love them!

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  7. Hi I am new to crochet so I hope I can figure this out. Would you consider doing a vide on YouTube ?

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    1. Videos are in the works for all my patterns this summer. I can't promise any specific time frame but I will try to get one up soon.

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    2. Thank you after a few glitches I got them made. I just have to work thru twisty straps

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