Inspired by the popular slip on style shoes seen from brands like Crocs® these rubber style clog shoes are all the rage! Now your 18” doll can share in the fun of wearing this comfortable trendy shoe. Whether she’s planning a day in the park, a trip to the beach, or just hanging with friends, she’ll have the perfect shoes for the occasion. These shoes are so fun and easy to make that you'll want to make several in all of your doll's favorite colors!
This easy no-sew PDF pattern is designed to fit 18" American Girl® dolls.
Recommended Fabrics: 2mm foam sheet, cardboard/chipboard *Note - this shoe pattern is compatible with SHAPE 1 pre-cut soles sold in Pixie Packs, but will still need a sheet of foam to create the shoe top and strap.
-1 Darice® Foamies® Sheet 9” x 12” (2mm thick)
-Cardboard or chipboard
-4 eyelets (size 5/32”)
-Hot glue gun
-Hot glue sticks
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
What You Get: One 17 page crafting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crafting 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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These were easy to make and came out adorable! Definitely recommend.
This is a fun pattern. Easy to do. Have made lots of these to sell. Thank you
A bit fiddly, but once the first pair was made the rest were fun to make. A big hit with my niece.
This is a super easy pattern that my Granddaughters enjoyed making with me. I converted the pattern pieces into a cutter file so I could cut them with my Gazelle. I also used brads instead of eyelets on the straps to give them a little movement. That made the easier for the 2-year-old to put them on her doll.