Dancing Warrior Barefoot Sandals by Kate Pugats

Dancing Warrior Barefoot Sandals

Crochet
June 2022
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
26 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in 26 dc x 12 rows
3.0 mm
186 - 372 yards (170 - 340 m)
long version and short version
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Difficulty level
Intermediate

Gauge
26 dc x 12 rows = 4” (10cm)
One square should measure 11.5 cm wide and 16 cm on the diagonal

Materials

Fingering/super fine weight yarn, or sport/fine weight yarn for mercerized cotton, I have used my own hand-dyed fingering weight tencel yarn from peacockyarn.com

Suggested yarns;

  • fingering tencel from peacockyarn.com (60 g/240 m for the long version)
  • giza cotton mercerized cotton yarn from iceyarns (102 g/255 m for the long version)
  • comfy fingering weight yarn from knit picks (46 g/183 m for the short version)
  • hobbii 8/4 cotton yarn (67 g/228 m for the short version, 95 g/340 m for the long version)
  • mayflower organic cotton 8/4 (50 g/170 m for the short version)
  • 3 mm crochet hook, or other size needed to obtain the gauge
  • Scissors, needle for weaving in ends, measuring tape and some beads if you wish

Sizing

Short version: 40 cm / 15,7 inches
Long version: 50 cm / 19,7 inches

How to pick size;
Measure your foot from beneath your ring toe up to right beneath your knee and compare which length would suit you best

Description

“The strength of a warrior is not defined by the wars he wins; but the times he seeks for peace.”
~Aniket S Sharma

These beautiful barefoot sandals would make you feel like a true dancing warrior princess, just try them out yourself :wink: with the lacing they allow you to adjust the size according to you.

The pattern is written in two sizes; a short and a long option.

Please feel free to use this pattern to create your own beautiful barefoot sandals for yourself and your loved ones. It’s OK to sell finished pieces of these in small quantities only if you do them yourself (maximum of 10 pairs). I hope for your understanding and respect.

Enjoy your project!