Four little slippers from the Aegean coast of Turkey.
I got them over a period of many years, starting in 1989!
They all use the same basic construction from toe up. The toe cast on is quite wide and creates a rounder toe than the Sivas socks and slippers. All the detail is at the toe and ball of foot. When divided for the foot opening, the knitters switch to garter stitch. A simple heel is turned. You can see that they are not very durable. The relatively loose gauge makes them soft. The white yarn is usually a homespun while the coloured yarns are anything, often commercially made and often acrylic. The gauge is around 6 stitches to the inch, depending on the slipper.
A nice way to use up bits of yarn?