18th Century Colonial Shoe pattern made to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® (or Boy)


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18th Century Colonial Shoe pattern made to fit 18" dolls such as American Girl® (or Boy)

Traditional square-toed shoe with buckle designed to be worn with Colonial style or pirate fashions. Shoe can be made with fabric and lined, or from leather or "pleather" without lining.

No hot glue required; the pattern requires only basic sewing skills but is rated Intermediate because the construction requires a little practice and patience.

Pattern is 13 pages with 12 pages of instructions and color photographs and is available as an instant downloadable pdf file.

Fabric or leather scraps for shoe upper, lining, sole lining
Chipboard (thin cardboard such as found on a cereal box)
Sticky back foam
1/8" Foam, balsa wood or leather scraps for heels
Tacky glue
Crochet cord
Small buckles
Emery Board or sand paper

©Ann Van Doren Designs

I am not affiliated with any doll company.

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Les fichiers PDF trop pratique! J'attends les fournitures pour me lancer dans cette aventure :-)) Merci à vous !!
Feb 3, 2018 by Samilajo
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A good pattern! Thanks.
Dec 2, 2017 by deadwyler1944
This was a download pattern. I have made other patterns by this designer & really like them, I just haven't had time to make these yet.
Nov 24, 2017 by Grandma Freckles
Absolutely awesome pattern!! Very detailed and well explained. And the easiest pattern I've ever tried for making shoes!! Works like a dream. Some steps are ingenious!
Oct 30, 2017 by Olga Watkin

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