20 Gorgeous Patterns for Barefoot Sandals to Dress Your Feet

Barefoot sandals are so much fun to wear and you can’t go wrong with these beautiful patterns for barefoot sandals!

There is so much cuteness in this collection for barefoot lovers!

These fun sandals add just a touch of cuteness to your feet and are great for the beach, yoga, weddings, etc or any other time you want something fun and decorative to wear on your feet, but still be barefoot.

There are even a couple ridiculously cute sandals for babies! I still can’t get over the cuteness of those tiny piggie toes in the crocheted sandals! So SWEET!

If you would love to add a little sparkle to your feet, why not try one or more of these easy patterns? Each pattern comes with step-by-step instructions.

Here are some of our very favorite patterns:

20 Gorgeous Patterns for Barefoot Sandals

If you love going barefoot but want just a little something extra, then you just have to see AND make a few of these beautiful barefoot sandals to dress your feet in! There are several styles in this collection including a couple of OH SO CUTE baby barefoot sandals!

Save these cute patterns for barefoot sandals for later by pinning the image below:

20 Gorgeous Patterns for Barefoot Sandals to Dress Your Feet
Diane Holland

13 thoughts on “20 Gorgeous Patterns for Barefoot Sandals to Dress Your Feet”

  1. Kathryn,
    I see that this is a dated post but I’m hoping you can answer a couple of questions for me. First, are crochet barefoot sandals able to get wet? I make barefoot sandals / foot jewelry out of several types beads and some of them are sensitive to water so we advise not to get them wet. Second, are the designs that string up the ankle constricting? The Gleeful Things Goddess Sandals design seems that they would be. Your patterns are very nice and I think I may try to make a set.

    • Thanks,

      What the crochet sandals are made from determines whether or not they can get wet. As you said, certain details (and even certain types of yarn) can get damaged in water. In contrast, if you make them with a crochet cotton, or even something innovative like neoprene cord, then there’s no problem with getting them wet.

      In my experience, the sandals are not restricting, but of course everyone has different preferences when it comes to their shoes!

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