Barefoot Sandals Anklet

by Deb
(100 Mile House BC CANADA)

Barefoot Sandals Anklet

Barefoot Sandals Anklet

Looking for a new bead weaving jewelry design? Try to make a barefoot sandals anklet similar in design to one submitted by visitor Deb.

This is my version of a barefoot sandal anklet. I call this 'double weave style'.

A basic circle, but depending on the size and shape of the beads, the sandal anklet turns out in a different design every time.

I also make matching bracelets this style called a ring bracelet.


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WOW! Barefoot Sandals Anklet
by: Charles

Thank you for showing this beading project. My wife and daughter just loved it. I have looked to see if there was a pattern for this but, couldn't find it.

Thank you for sharing and we will be looking for a pattern from you soon...I hope real soon.

Beaded Barefoot Sandal Anklet
by: Wanda


Thank you so much for entering your beautiful bead jewelry design in
the August 2011 Beaded Jewelry Making Contest!

As beautiful as all of the bead design entries are, only one can be chosen as the winning
design entry.

So, here is the winning entry, Easy Leather and Magnesite Bead Necklace.

The jewelry making contest is a fun and exciting feature of thanks in part to you!

Whatever else you do, have fun beading!


Beaded Barefoot Sandal
by: Wanda


This is a lovely bead design. It's the first time that I have seen a barefoot sandal anklet made using a beadwork beading technique. Maybe you could submit an entry to show us just how you made it! Lovely work!


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