Listful Leaves Sandals and Bracelet Pattern


Listful Leaves Sandals and Bracelet Pattern

Listful Leaves Sandals and Bracelet Pattern
Listful Leaves Sandals and Bracelet Pattern

From the Blogger: "This is a fun, versatile design! The Dorabeth Designs focal component, an open charm, is also fully reversible with a different but related design on the other side. You can make this piece in a myriad of colors; the focal also comes in antique silver for a different loop. This design can also be easily modified to make a footless sandal. Sizing is also easy with the wrapped bracelet. This can easily be made in under an hour."

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMetal, Miscellaneous

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet


Materials List

  • 54 inches 2mm Round Leather Cord - Turquoise
  • Two Kazuri Round 10-12mm Mother of Pearl - Peacock
  • One TierraCast Clasp Toggle Maker's - Silver Plated
  • Two B&B Benbassat Cord Leather Flat End Cap Crimp 5mm Flower - Silver Plated
  • 50 Pewter Bead Spacer Ring 2mm Plain - Antique Silver
  • Two Jump Ring 6mm 21g - Silver
  • Two Eye Pin 2 inch 20g - Silver
  • 4 inches Wire - 24 Gauge - Non-Tarnish Silver
  • Super New Glue®

Boho-Chic Listful Leaves Sandals Pattern

DIY Sandals Jewelry Pattern Instructions

  1. Cut the leather into 23-inch, 27-inch, and 4-inch sections.

  2. Fold the 4-inch section in half, apply a small amount of glue to the ends, insert into an end cap, and crimp closed.

  3. Glue one end of the other two sections of leather into the second end cap and crimp closed.

  4. String each Kazuri bead onto an eye pin and form a simple loop at the top. Use one Kazuri link to attach the Dorabeth link to one of the cord ends; repeat with second link.

  5. String 25 pewter spacers on each long section of leather. Fold about 3/8 inch of the leather end over to form a loop and secure with a coil using the wire.

  6. Repeat on the other side. Use the 6mm jump rings to attach each section of the toggle clasp to the leather loops.

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I was wondering if this bracelet was hard to take on and off? I really love this style, and I want to make several, but I wonder how much the bracelet catches on things as you go about your day. I am always busy typing and cooking or cleaning, so this might be something that is better for going out instead of everyday use, what do you think?

I think this would be a great bracelet for going out in! Definitely very fun and flirty which is always nice if you're having a girls night out. Since the palm of your hand is free I don't see it catching on too much in that sense. I always will test out my bracelets and just wear them one day and see how much they get in my way distract me, and then you would know for future reference. I don't see any immediate issues or distractions from this design, but it's always worth testing out!


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