Your 18 inch doll will be ready for a hike in the woods and to face the winter snow in style! This PDF doll boot pattern includes three different lace options and three different heel options. These boots will be perfect for your boy doll too! Have fun mixing colors and fabrics for different looks. The possibilities are endless!
This PDF shoe pattern works with a combination of the two thicknesses of the Pixie Pack SHAPE 1 pre-cut soles (2mm: White, Black, Color 1 or Color 2 - Also 6mm: Black/White Combo, Green/ Purple, or Brown/Tan.) You will need one set of 2mm soles and one set of 6mm soles.
-Upper fabric 6” x 8”(See fabric suggestions)
-Heavy fusible interfacing or Iron-On Fusible Fleece and/or fusible vinyl(See fabric suggestions)
-Vinyl 8” x 8”
-2mm craft foam- 9” x 6” (or SHAPE 1 pre-cut soles)
-6mm craft foam- 5” x 5” (or SHAPE 1 pre-cut soles)
-thin box board approximately 1mm(e.g. cereal or cracker box)
-38” String or nylon cording(laces)
-¼” two sided tape(scrapbook or quilters tape)
-16- ⅛” Eyelets(optional eyelet option) OR 8 or 12-10mm jump rings (optional tab option)
-5” x 5” fabric or scrapbooking paper(optional insole)
-Card stock for printing pattern pieces(optional)
-Fray Away® or similar product(If using fabric for boot upper)
-Scrap of felt of quilting batting(optional faux lining)
-Thread and leather needle for your sewing machine
-Glue gun and glue
-Leather punch & eyelet setter or Crop-a-dile®
-Cutting matt, ruler, and X-acto® knife(suggested)
NOTE: The bottom foot section should be vinyl.
Fabric Suggestions upper boot:With interfacing:
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 19 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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I’ve made a couple suits with this pattern and found it a easy pattern to use.
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I absolutely love these boots! It was my first time making shoes. The super clear instructions made it so easy for me. They turned out really, really cute. I can't wait to make more of these in different colors and materials.
I live in Canada and we wear winter boots more months than I like to think about! When I made these boots for my daughter, she was so excited she could dress her doll up like her. The directions were clear and I found them easy to make. I used a cute cotton plaid print, laminated with Therm O Web vinyl. It worked perfectly. There are so many design options for these boots, I plan on making a few more pairs!
These boots look just like boots for people and are easy to make. The step-by-step instructions are very clear, and there are lots of photos showing examples of fun color and fabric design options.