Making Barefoot Sandals

Friday, May 22, 2009
I am not a shoe wearing fan and prefer to go barefoot.

However, nearly missing a plane because I had forgotten to take my one pair of sandals with me led me to wonder ways around it. It was ridiculous to make it onto the plane, huffing and puffing, wearing tacky airport thongs, to see people TAKING THEIR SHOES OFF. Apparently you can't board without shoes, but once on they don't seem to have an issue with bare feet!

I saw someone with foot jewellery and at first glance, I thought they had some funky designed sandals on, and with another look I realised they were barefoot! Those ones below are similiar to what I saw;



I'm not really interested in beading jewellery and whatnot, but I came across macrame knotwork and I fell in love. My first attempt at knotwork was making barefoot sandals from sisal twine and coarse hemp twine that came across in the hardware section of the grocery shops.



This evolved into dread bead making using macrame knotwork and when I got better hemp, I made this;

My limitation at the moment is supplies. I am on the lookout for beads, soft and stiff hemp cord as well as black elastic cord.

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