On Friday (December 12, 2014) we'll have one of the following four patterns available for free. Help us decide by voting in this poll, then come back to Pixie Faire on Friday to download the winning pattern for free. This week we are featuring the amazing work of Meg Paul, world renowned doll shoe maker, and creator of Miche Designs.
More About Miche Designs: Artist Meg Paul is the World's leading 18 inch shoe designer. She lives with her husband Keith, two young boys, and their cat Lucy. She started collecting American Girl dolls when she was eleven after receiving her first doll as a gift from her Grandma. Meg taught herself to sew using Liberty Jane patterns and has always loved to work in miniature. She is passionate about designing beautiful shoe patterns for doll enthusiasts.
Here is more information about each pattern:
High-Top Shoes For 18 Inch Dolls: High-tops are quite possibly the most fashionable sneakers ever created! Now your doll can own a pair of her very own with this fabulous PDF pattern from Miche Designs. This pattern even comes with a sheet of iron on logos to complete the look of the shoe. She will be the envy of all the dolls around with these ultra trendy shoes!
Lace Up Boots For 18 Inch Dolls: 18 inch doll shoe PDF pattern from Miche Designs - Lace-up Boots. These boots are perfect for Fall and can be paired with skinny jeans or a cute skirt! This is a craft pattern that requires a small amount of sewing with a sewing machine.
Slouch Ankle Boots For 18 Inch Dolls: 18 inch doll shoe PDF pattern from Miche Designs - Slouch Ankle Boots. Now you can make trendy boots for your 18 inch American Girl ® Doll! These boots are perfect for Fall and will look great with leggings or skinny jeans! The shoe pattern is designed to use woven fabrics like canvas, twill, tweed, corduroy, ect.
Canvas Slip On For 18 Inch Dolls: 18 inch doll shoe PDF pattern from Miche Designs - Canvas Slip-ons similar to those cute Vans everyone is wearing. Add some sparkle to your dolls day! This is an intermediate level pattern because of the assembly, the sewing skills required are basic.
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