Rose barefoot sandals

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Rose barefoot sandals Pattern

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Crocheting: Rose barefoot sandals
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Rose barefoot sandals rose crochet barefoot sandals
Rose barefoot sandals rose crochet barefoot sandals
Rose barefoot sandals rose crochet barefoot sandals
Rose barefoot sandals rose crochet barefoot sandals
Rose barefoot sandals rose crochet barefoot sandals

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Jewelry

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Pattern Description:

Rose Barefoot Sandals are great addition to every bride to be. These can be worn with an elegant footwear as well as without. Be unique wherever you go :)

Rose Barefoot Sandals - P0029

Skill level - Advanced

Materials:
-Steel hook 1.25mm (Bates 9)
-About 40g. (1.4 oz) cotton thread size 20
-Tapestry needle
-12 x 5mm glass beads

You will need to know how to:
1. Crochet

Size:
Adult size
-4 flowers for each sandal
-Length of all 4 flowers approx. 11 cm (4.3")
-Size of 1 flower approx. - 3 cm (1.18")

Stitches used:
ch - chain stitch
sc - single crochet
dc - double crochet
lobster stitch

Gauge:

11 sc make 1 inch; 11 rows make 1 inch.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Size of 1 flower approx. - 3 cm (1.18")

Materials:

  • Steel hook 1.25mm (Bates 9)
  • About 40g. (1.4 oz) of cotton thread size 20
  • Tapestry needle
  • 12 x 5mm glass beads

About Designer

About Designer

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Hello stranger :)

My name is Marija and I'm from Serbia. I'm a self-taught crocheter and knitter. I begin knitting when I was 9 and crocheting when I was 16.
Years ago I used to sell crochet patterns on my website under the name “Bubamara Design”.
As you can see from my shop, I am all over the place as far as style. I learned that my designing depends on my mood. You can see classic designs ...

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