Free Crochet Pattern for Peek-A-Boo Sandals

Spring is the perfect time to start showing off those little toes with my newest free crochet pattern: Peek-A-Boo Sandals!

The pattern is provided in two sizes and it’s great for girls or boys. They have a double layer sole for a sturdy bottom and the front and sides wrap around the foot and close with a button for a secure fit. I added a little slip stitch trim for a bit of extra pizzazz too!

Don’t they look so cute in pink with a flower button?

Free Crochet Pattern for Peek-A-Boo Sandals by CrochetZone.com

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What boy wouldn’t love these cuties with a football button?

 

Free Crochet Pattern for Peek-A-Boo Sandals by CrochetZone.com

 

Peek-A-Boo Sandals

Size: 3-6 Months; 6-12 Months

Materials:
• Worsted Weight cotton yarn such as Sugar ‘n Cream in two colors
• 2 buttons 5/8”
• Hook H/5.00 mm
• Yarn needle for weaving ends

Gauge: 15 hdc; 8 rows = 4”

Abbreviations:
Beg – beginning
Ch – chain
Dc – double crochet
Hdc – half double crochet
R – Row/Round
Sc – single crochet
Sc2tog – single crochet 2 stitches together
Sl st(s) – slip stitch(es)
St(s) – stitch(es)
• Beginning ch 1 does not count as a stitch
• Start each Row/Round in the same stitch as the beginning ch1
• Number in ( ) at end of Row/Round indicates the number of stitches in that Row or Round
• Work instructions in [ ] or between *, the designated number of times

Crochet Tips: click on the tip below for a tutorial
• Fastening off neatly
• Weaving in ends

Size: 3-6 Months • Length 4.0″
Sole – Make 2 in Color 1; Make 2 in Color 2 – Do Not Join Rounds 1 and 2 of Sole
R1:
Ch 9, 3 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 ch, hdc in next ch, 7 hdc in last ch. Working on other side of beg ch, hdc in next ch, sc in next 5 ch. (22)
R2:
2 sc in beg sc of Round 1 and next 2 sc, sc in next 7 st; 2 sc in next 5 hdc; sc in next 7 st. (30)
R3:
[Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc] 3 times, sc next 7 sts, [sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc] 5 times, sc next 7 sts, make invisible join. Fasten off. (38)
Attach Soles:
With wrong sides together place Color 1 Sole and Color 2 Sole together and match sts, with toe of Color 2 Sole facing you, join Color 1 in the 6th st to the right of center front toe (See Fig. 1), sl st around to end, join. Fasten off. (38)

Sides
R1: With Color 1, working from inside of shoe join in 1st sl st (See Fig. 2), ch1, sc next 27 sts, leave last 11 sts unworked (See Fig. 3). (27)
R2: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc next 11 sts, sc2tog, sc last 12 sts. (25)
R3: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc next 10 sts, sc2tog, sc last 11 sts. (23)
R4: Ch 1, turn, sc in same st, sc next 8 sts, hdc next 5 sts, sc last 9 sts. (23)
R5: Ch 1, turn, sc in same st and next 2 sts, working in Front Loop Only sl st next 6 sts, sc next 5 sts, working in Front Loop Only sl st next 6 sts, sc last 3 sts. Fasten off. (23)

For Left Shoe:
With toe of shoe facing you, join Color 1 in first Row on LEFT side (See Fig. 4), sl st in side of each row to top corner, ch6, sl st in same corner st, sl st around remainder of shoe working 2 sl st in next top corner to turn, sl st in side of each row to first Row. Fasten off.

For Right Shoe:
With toe of shoe facing you, join Color 1 in first Row on LEFT side, sl st in side of each row to top corner, work 2 sl st in corner to turn, sl st around remainder of shoe to next corner, ch6, sl st in same st, sl st in side of each row to first Row. Fasten off.

Size: 6-12 Months • Length 4.5″
Sole – Make 2 in Color 1; Make 2 in Color 2 – Do Not Join Rounds 1 and 2 of Sole
R1: Ch 10, 3sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 5 ch, hdc in next 2 ch, 7dc in last ch. Working on other side of beg ch, hdc in next 2 ch, sc in next 5 ch. (24)
R2: 2 hdc in beg sc of Round 1 and next 2 sc, hdc in next 8 st; 2 hdc in next 5 dc; hdc in next 8 st. (32)
R3: [Sc in next hdc, 2 sc in next hdc] 3 times, sc next 8, [sc in next hdc, 2 sc in next hdc] 5 times, sc next 8 sts, make invisible join. Fasten off. (40)
Attach Soles: With wrong sides together place Color 1 Sole and Color 2 Sole together and match sts, with toe of Color 2 Sole facing you, join Color 1 in the 6th st to the right of center front toe (See Fig. 1), sl st around to end, join. (40)

Sides
R1: With Color 1, working from inside of shoe join in 1st sl st (See Fig. 2), ch1, sc next 29 sts, leave last 11 sts unworked (See Fig. 3). (29)
R2: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc next 12 sts, sc2tog, sc last 13 sts. (27)
R3: Ch 1, turn, sc2tog, sc next 11 sts, sc2tog, sc last 12 sts. (25)
R4: Ch 1, turn, sc in each st to end. (25)
R5: Ch 1, turn, sc in same st, sc next 9 sts, hdc next 5 sts, sc last 10 sts. (25)
R6: Ch 1, turn, sc in same st and next 2 sts, working in Front Loop Only, sl st next 7 sts, sc next 5 sts, working in Front Loop Only sl st next 7 sts, sc last 3 sts. Fasten off. (25)

For Left Shoe:
With toe of shoe facing you, join Color 1 in first Row on LEFT side (See Fig. 4), sl st in side of each row to top corner, ch6, sl st in same corner st, sl st around remainder of shoe working 2 sl st in next top corner to turn, sl st in side of each row to first Row. Fasten off.

For Right Shoe:
With toe of shoe facing you, join Color 1 in first Row on LEFT side, sl st in side of each row to top corner, work 2 sl st in corner to turn, sl st around remainder of shoe to next corner, ch6, sl st in same st, sl st in side of each row to first Row. Fasten off.

Steps for Peek-A-Boo Sandals by CrochetZone.com

 

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40 thoughts on “Free Crochet Pattern for Peek-A-Boo Sandals

  1. CrochetZone

    Yes, you are welcome to sell your items made from my patterns. Please use your own photography 🙂

  2. CrochetZone

    Yes, feel free to sell items made from my patterns, but please do not print, sell or distribute any portion of the pattern and please use your own photography. Good luck with your sales 🙂

  3. Jessica

    Would I be able to make these and sell them on my etsy shop?

  4. Hi, I really found this pattern adorable! I have made a few pairs for my new granddaughter.
    I noted from another post that you didn’t mind if someone sold the sandals that they made from it.
    As I seem to be unemployed at the moment, I thought perhaps it would be worth trying to sell some of my crocheted things.
    I would really love to be able to use some of your patterns, if you would give permission. Obviously I would credit you for the patterns and certainly never try to sell on the actual pattern, in part or whole.
    Thank you, whether it’s a yes or no, for putting the patterns out there. They really are wonderful!

  5. Kim

    Thank you for this pattern! I made these in blue and white to match a dress for my 5 month old daughter. They fit her feet perfectly!

  6. CrochetZone

    Thank you!

  7. Diana

    Thank you for this free pattern. Very cute.

  8. beth

    These worked up perfect and are a nice fit! THANK you for sharing

  9. CrochetZone

    Thank you for your suggestion. I will keep that in mind for future. At the moment I don’t have the resources (time or financial) to provide the video tutorials. I do agree they are helpful and would love to do them in the future.

  10. CrochetZone

    How did they not suit her feet?

  11. zira

    Hi crochetzone..
    Thanks for wonderful pattern that you have shared. I have make one for my 12months daughter, I have used the pattern for 6-12months but it seems that the sandals not suited her feet well. Can you help me,please. Fyi I am new in crocheting. Thanks in advance. 🙂

  12. CrochetZone

    I’m so sorry you are having trouble. What is the error you are getting?

  13. Doris

    I tried to sign up to your site but I keep getting an error. Would love to get your emails.
    Thank you

  14. CrochetZone

    Are you having trouble? I’m so sorry. Can I help?

  15. Deb Lewis

    Who says this is easy? My goodness!!!

  16. Kerri

    A video or left-handed tutorial would be helpful. I am having trouble figuring out whether I need to make any adjustments due to the fact that my work proceeds clockwise.

  17. CrochetZone

    Thanks so much for the wonderful review. Glad you enjoyed the pattern!

  18. Kornelia Broome

    I use the grip material.

  19. CrochetZone

    Glad you enjoyed it 🙂

  20. shakila

    thanks very much for the pattern. it worked up soon, easy to follow. 🙂

  21. Tanya Parks

    They are absolutely cute!!

  22. CrochetZone

    Some people have used a silicone rubber to create treads on the bottom. I’ve also heard you can use crafty puffy paint. I have not tried these methods.

  23. Ellie Nickerson

    Beautiful, I would like to make these but I’m concerned about the bottom sole being slippery. What can I use to avoid these problems for toddlers?

  24. CrochetZone

    Oh thanks so much for the feedback. I’m glad you enjoyed them 🙂

  25. Vicki Sterling

    These made up so quick, no errors in pattern at all and they are absolutely adorable. Thank you so much.

  26. mtlady

    Found it in figure 4.. never mind previous question. Thanks

  27. mtlady

    I am pretty new to crocheting baby booties. I am wondering where I went wrong here. I don’t find the instruction on how your attaching a button and button hole. Where am I missing that? Thank you.

  28. Katrina

    I love these! I am making them in different colors for a friends baby!

  29. Deb

    Sweet!

  30. CrochetZone

    Yes you may sell items you make. Please use your own photography and do not sell the pattern or any part of the pattern and of course, I would love it if you gave me credit for the design.

  31. Elizabeth Helton

    Could I please have permission to sell completed items of this pattern. Thank you.

  32. These are absolutely wonderful!!
    Thanks for sharing. I will try these myself but i will need to change the pattern.
    I can only find bad acrylic or sports weight cotton which I prefer.
    Will pin these for sure!

  33. Katie

    Oh I love these! I might have to make a pair for my granddaughter today. Thank you!

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