Simple Beaded Barefoot Sandals #6730

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Simple Beaded Barefoot Sandals #6730 Pattern


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Jewelry: Simple Beaded Barefoot Sandals #6730
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Pattern Description:

"Simple Barefoot Sandals" Downloadable Beading Tutorial #6730

It's getting hot outside; so throw off your shoes and socks and slip on these cool beaded barefoot sandals! Perfect for around the pool, at the beach, picnics in the grass, or anywhere you want to show off your "little piggies" in style! This tutorial with 35 steps will show you in great detail how to whip up a pair of super simple, yet cute and sexy, beaded sandals in no time. Made with stretch elastic, there's no clasp to fumble with or get ruined from salt or chlorine water. Great project for beginner beaders and easily doable by "tweens" and teens. I'll show you how to stitch up a pair that will fit you just right and make your feet look and feel sleek and sexy! Go ahead, kick off your shoes and live a little! Your feet will look Bead-utiful!

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  • Gossamer floss (you can use white for light beads, charcoal for dark)
  • Big eye needle (Shipwreck beads sells a floss and needle combo).
  • 11/0 seed beads x (2) colors
  • 4mm round fire polished beads
  • Flat ovals (I used a flat 10x12mm shell bead in a red)
  • Flush cutter
  • Bead stoppers/springs or Scotch tape
  • Hypo cement (or clear nail polish)

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