Ballet Slippers 18" Doll Shoes

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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.

Supplies Needed:
-Scrap satin fabric for body

-Scrap fabric for sole lining
-Thread and sewing machine
-Hot glue gun and glue sticks
-Felt Sheet
-1/4" width elastic

Skill Level: Intermediate. You will need the basic understanding of how to use a sewing machine. The assembly of the shoe requires a bit of practice and patience, which is why the pattern is rated intermediate.

What You Get: One 18 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.

 Download, Print, Sew!

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KF
12/28/2021
Kari F.
United States United States

Perfect Fit!

I tried to make ballet slippers using free patterns online, but none of them fit like a real toe shoe. Then I bought this pattern, and I’m so happy with the results! I have two different 18” dolls, and despite their feet being shaped a little different, the shoes fit perfectly. I’m so glad I spent the money on this pattern! Saved me a ton of frustration!

Pixie Faire Ballet Slippers 18 Doll Shoes Review
BM
11/03/2021
Barbra M.
United States United States

Ballet slippers pattern

I made the slippers according to pattern. They looked good, but didn’t fit either of my 18” dolls very well. I’ve been making shoes for over 10 years now & thought I’d give this pattern a try rather than making my own.

T
07/02/2020
Thomas
Canada Canada

Ballet Slippers were a great addition to the ballet outfit that I made

I was very pleased by the ease of making these ballet slippers. They were perfect with the leotard and tutu that I had made earlier. My husband was particularly taken with how cute they were.

RK
02/20/2019
Rodney K.
Australia

Excelent service.

Excelent service.

LS
01/12/2019
Luanne S.

Silver ballet slipoers

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.