Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers

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Babouches, granny-square pointy slippers Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Petite, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

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 (may customers did, making at least 2 or 3 pairs!), as their construction is a bit unusual using shorter and longer stitches to do the shaping.

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. :-)


18 st 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.


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

About Designer

About Designer

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by SylvChezPlum
Grenoble, Vercors, France
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Bonjour! I'm Sylvie Damey, french designer living in the french Alps. I learned to knit as a child. In 2004, the birth of my first daughter was the occasion for me to start publishing my own designs, learn to crochet, spin yarn...and even sew again. And, that's how ChezPlum started. My patterns have also been published in and the book "1000 hats" by Annie Modesitt.

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