These adorable soft sole ballet slippers, from Miche Designs, will match perfectly with dance clothes made from the Doll Tag Clothing Ballet Class pattern. The design features a a slip on style with elastic strap across the top of the foot and a tiny bow tie accent on the toe. It is designed to fit 18 inch American Girl Dolls. The shoe has tiny gathers on the sole that meet up with the felt backing – so cute! This is an intermediate PDF level pattern because of the assembly, the sewing skills required are basic.
-Scrap satin fabric for body
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My slippers turned out great. I didn’t use satin but instead a piece of scrap silver metallic fabric backed with nylon. The directions were written. My only suggestion is to use a contrasting thread in the video; it was difficult to see where to stitch.
I have never made shoes before but found it easier than expected. I found the satin difficult to start with but used very fine iron on interfacing on the lining which made it more stable to work on. Very easy after that and my grand-daughter was delighted with the result.
A quick and easy pattern for any level sewing experience. Take your time, if sewing with slippery satins. Clear instructions. A great addition to leotard, tights, and tutu costumery for your 18 inch doll. Fit my older AGD perfectly. I used Fast Grab Tacky Glue rather than hot glue gun/sticks, and Pixie Pack shoe cardboard pre-cut forms for the soles.
This little pattern was so easy to make and I can honestly say that I recommend any sewers to make these for their daughters dolls.