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Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers

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(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers
Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers
Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers
Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You'll need to know the basic crochet stitches: how to chain, single-crochet and double-crochet.
  • Any other skill you may need will be explained in the pattern.

Pattern Description:

Amazingly confortable, these slippers follow the natural curves of your foot like a glove. And I like granny squares so much that I had to insert them in those!

I love their look, somehow between morrocan Babouches and the pointy shes of Louis XIV (hey, I'm french ;-) )

I hope you will also find them fun to crochet (many customers did, making at least 2 or 3 pairs!) with the original construction using shorter and longer stitches to do the shaping around the granny triangle.

A seamless project, they are also very fast to crochet. It takes me an evening to crochet one.

The babouches are sized for a medium's ladie's foot, with detailed notes on how to very easily alter pattern for longer or shorter feet.

Permission to sell your finished items. :-)

Gauge:

18 sts and 10 rows = 10 cm / 4" in double crochet

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Instructions are given for a medium ladies size: European size 38/39, US size 6,5 /7 - approx 24 cm long foot.
  • Pattern also includes detailed notes on how to adjust sizing very easily for longer or shorter feet.

Materials:

  • Cascade 220 wool, 1 skein in 9404-Ruby and 1 skein in 0980-Pesto.
  • 4 mm hook (G)

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Cascade yarns
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Grenoble, Vercors, France
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I'm Sylvie Damey, french designer living in the french Alps.
I learned to knit as a child, but taught myself to crochet a few years after my first daughter was born and I had started ...

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