The Shoe Soles Pixie Pack: This Pixie Pack includes a bundle supply of chipboard and foam soles to make shoes for 13-14.5 inch dolls using a variety of patterns found at Pixie Faire! This set will make 10 pairs of LJ JANES (each shoe uses two pieces of chipboard and one piece of foam) other shoe patterns may use fewer pieces and make more pairs. Note - this shoe sole shape works for the new WellieWishers doll for closed toe shoe designs, looking for a WW sandal style fit? SHAPE 2 is recommended for a WW sandal style shoe.
*Note - This sole design is compatible with 13" Les Cheries, 14" Hearts for Hearts Girls, and 14.5" WellieWishers (for closed toe shoes only).Sole measures 2.2 inches (5.6cm) tall by .96 inches (2.4cm) wide (at the wdiest part of the toe area).
What You Get: The Pixie Pack Includes following supplies.
Soles are compatible with the following shoe patterns (sold separately):
Shipping Details: This item will ship USPS First Class Mail at a flat rate of $4, unless combined with another Pixie Pack in which case it will ship priority at $6-9. Items will be shipped within 3-4 business days of recieving cleared payment.International shipping is available starting at $15 for an individual item depending on country and weight. Amount is calculated in cart.
The Shoe Soles Pixie Pack: This Pixie Pack includes a bundle supply of chipboard and foam...
I Imade ten pair of sneakers using Miche Designs sneakers and the QT Retro designs sneaker pattern. Loved the boxboard soles...more rigid than the cracker/cereal boxes I've been using.
These forms are a perfect fit for the Wellie Wishers doll feet. They are the stability needed and make shoe construction a lot easier. I would recommend this product to anyone thinking of making doll shoes.
I have bought precut shoe soles from Pixie Faire because I am no use with a craft knife. These soles have perfectly cut edges, and my fingers are now only at risk from the glue gun, which is a vast improvement!
These are advertised as being for 13" to 14.5" dolls, so I bought them for my 13" Effner Little Darlings. The width is fine, but they are 1/4" longer than the commercially made shoes for that doll, which, I will admit, are very close to the toe. Fortunately, they are thin enough that I think they can be trimmed down in front pretty easily with a craft knife, so I expect to be able to make shoes for my LDs. I would love to have a set of shoe soles that actually fit the Little Darlings. I would love to have the hard vinyl soles that the commercial shoes use, which I've yet to find anywhere. I would also love to have a source for the knit-backed faux leather that the commercial shoes use. However, these will do in the meantime.