Lace Up Boots 18" Doll Shoes

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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.

This shoe pattern works with any of the Pixie Pack Artisan Resource Sole Kits (White, Black, Color 1 or Color 2 - Also Black/White Combo.)

Supplies Needed:
-1 scrap vinyl for body (at least 6")
-Thread and sewing machine
-16 eyelets and an eyelet tool
-Beading cord for laces
-2mm and 6mm foam sheets
-Hot glue gun and glue sticks

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 14 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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Sally D.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

A challenge!

The doll boots pattern is simple to follow, clear and straightforward, just what I needed - my skills are challenged by this task, but I cannot fault the pattern!

Ceinwen A.
Australia Australia


Perfect for what I needed and easy to use.

Kathy C.
United States United States

Singer Feather Weight Harley-Davidson Doll

Wanted to share a project with everyone, which was a Fairy doll that I stripped to make into a Singer Featherweight Harley-Davidson doll. • Earrings Singer bobbins off my eldest machine 1937 Feather Weight they have several layers of thread still on it, Harley-Davidson buttons, hanging on eyelets • Alterations were done to her jacket, it was made for a stuffed bear • I made the gloves, leather chaps, shirt, leather lace up boots from the pattern purchased through Pixie Faire Patterns. I have never made any shoes before, it wasn’t that difficult to do. • Her bag has a recycled belt off the 1937 FW Singer fabric was found by another Feather Weight enthusiast , perfect for my little project.

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Laurel W.
United States United States

lace-up boots

I printed the pattern at 90% to get it to fit an 18 inch doll's foot. Nice design looks well on her foot once it was downsized.

Hope F.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Made for Walkin'

Easy pattern to follow. Not too difficult to assemble as the sides are sewn individually to the tongue before stitching the back seam. Because you can unlace them to the ankle they are also easy for little hands to dress the doll. I made mine from a soft leather, sewed on an ordinary sewing machine (Bernina Record) with polyester thread and a leather needle. I used a longer stitch. They were so easy, I cut out 3 more pairs the same day and completed them the next day. All my girls are wanting a pair...I felt like " The shoemaker and the Elves"