Cowboy Boots 18" Doll Shoes

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Every country western loving 18" gal needs a sweet pair of boots!  These boots will look great worn over her favorite skinny jeans or paired with a cute mini skirt!  They're perfect for a day at the ranch, the rodeo or line dancing with friends!   Learn the technique for creating the perfect symmetrical design on your boots to give them that genuine western look.

This PDF sewing pattern is designed to fit 18" American Girl® Dolls specifically and is not compatible with the Pixie Pack pre-cut soles.

Recommended Fabrics:  home décor vinyl

Supplies Needed:
-1 scrap vinyl for body
-Thread (color to contrast the body)
-White tissue paper
-Tweezers
-1 Darice® Foamies® Sheet 9” x 12” white (6mm thick)
-1 Darice® Foamies® Sheet 9” x 12” black (6mm thick)
-1 Darice® Foamies® Sheet 9” x 12” black (2mm thick)
-Hot glue gun
-Hot glue sticks

Skill Level:  Intermediate

What You Get: One 24 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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Vendor: Miche Designs


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SL
03/25/2017
scott L.
United States

High Skill Level Needed

This was a very difficult project...the pattern is awesome and the directions are concise. The design is difficult for beginner to intermediate sewers. I had to ease the design a little for my untrained and self taught skills by taking some of the curves out. Sewing the toe to shank was also very difficult. I think if there had been a way to place the pattern in between to set the toe onto the shank to follow it may have been easier to know how high to place the toe. Centering the square was extremely difficult for me. I am going to keep trying as this was my first attempt and i will get better each time, hopefully! They are so very cute

Cowboy Boots 18
J
01/24/2017
Janet

Challenging

Love the look of the boots and the pattern is easy to follow; however, the actual assembly/making of the boots was quite challenging. I would say this pattern is should be labeled as Challenging/Difficult rather than an Intermediate level. Or maybe I'm just not as advanced of a seamstress as I thought.

JW
12/29/2016
Jackie W.
United States

Cowboy boots

I really enjoyed making these. I used tissue paper with the pattern printed on it for the decorative stitching and it worked great. I made them in pink and also make a pink cowboy hat to go with.

JG
12/25/2016
Judy G.
United States

Cowboy boots

Turned out fantastic, my granddaughter loved them. The pattern was very easy to use thanks

BC
11/23/2016
Becky C.
United States

cute boots

I have made one pair, they turned out really cute. I used a transfer pencil on the pattern to iron the design on the back of the vinyl, which to me was easier than using tissue paper.