These cute slip-on shoes are as sweet as candy! Your 18" doll will love wearing these with all her favorite capris and shorts. Have fun mixing and matching the colors of the fabric and eyelets to create lots of fun colors to go with all of your doll's favorite outfits!
Recommended Fabrics: broadcloth, light-weight woven
-1 scrap broadcloth fabric for body
-1 scrap woven fabric for body lining
-1 scrap woven fabric for sole lining
-1 scrap white fleece
-6” elastic (1/8” wide)
-1 Darice® Foamies® Sheet 9” x 12” white (2mm thick)
-Cardboard or chipboard
-Hot glue gun
-Hot glue sticks
-8 eyelets (size 5/32” or 1/8")
-Acrylic paint for outdoor surfaces and paintbrush (optional)
Skill Level: Intermediate
What You Get: One 26 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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the instructions were easy to read - i did not have any problems making the shoes. Just need to practice so they can come out perfect.
Great! The instructions are precise; no guessing about what to do next. It takes a bit of practice to produce a pair that would be suitable to sell, but I use them just to stage my products, so very happy with my purchase. I've made several pair. The more you sew,the better they look.
Pixie Sweets Slip-Ons are as cute as can be, but boy, were they hard to put together. They require more skills--top stitching, eyelet inserting, and the dreaded hot gluing--than most patterns. And on a tiny "garment" to boot. It's understandable that they are considered intermediate. I might classify them advanced. If I make another pair, I will make some changes in my technique.
I had done a couple of other shoes first, so I had a chance to get more familiar with the process. This pattern was fun and not too difficult. All I need is to find either the right size rivets or crimping tool, I ‘m just not sure which. Overall it is really cute