The sun is out and your 14.5” WellieWishers™ doll will be ready to greet her friends wearing these fun slip on shoes. There are so many options of packaged trims to choose from when making shoes from this NO-SEW pattern; cotton lace, embroidered trim, or crocheted trim will all work great. You just need a style that is at least 2 inches wide and has a straight edge along the length of the trim. A variety of lightweight woven cotton fabrics can be used for the shoe lining.
This PDF pattern is designed to fit Wellie Wishers dolls specifically and uses a new sole design and will not fit H4H or Les Cheries.
Check out the full video tutorial on our Youtube Channel or watch it here (just click the 4th image to load the video)! Follow along for each and every step.
-1/2 yard (18") of 2" width crocheted, lace, or embroidered trim (minimum width needed can be wider)
-1/2 yard (18") of 1/4”- 3/8" flat trim to wrap soles
-12" piece of 1/4" ribbon or twill tape
-18” piece of 1/4” wide steam a seam fusible product
-Chipboard for soles (or pre-cut soles)
-2mm foam (or pre-cut soles)
-Hot Glue and Glue Gun (or Tacky glue)
-4"x4" piece of cotton fabric for insoles
Skill Level: Beginner
What You Get: One 11 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.Download, Print, Sew!
I'm having a wonderful time making the No-Sew Jane shoes for WellieWishers. The pattern was easy to understand and use, my first PDF. I know my granddaughter will be thrilled with the shoes.
This is a great pattern for beginners like me! The instructions and step-by-step illustrations are very clear and easy to follow along. I did not have access to chipboard and used 3 pieces of cereal box cardboard glued together. Other supplies were easy to find at local hobby and craft stores. The most difficult/messy part was using a hot glue gun, but I'll get better at it! (The tacky glue I had on hand did not work well.) My 10 yr. old granddaughter was very happy with her doll's new shoes. Making these shoes is addictive as they are just so cute and can be put together in just a few hours!
Though I love making the no sew shoes for the 18 inch doll, this pattern is TOO small for my arthritic hands to manipulate. I wish I had a better review for you.