Keep your doll's feet warm and dry with the Spring Shower Rain Boot PDF Pattern from Miche Designs! These delightful rain boots feature fun water-proof oilcloth, side slits, and parachute buckles. They'll be perfect for all those rainy days!
-1 scrap fabric
-Hot glue gun
-Hot glue sticks
-2 parachute buckles (Size 0.5”/12mm)
-1 Darice© Foamies Sheet 9” x 12” white (6mm thick)
-Foam Base and Trim Options (Pick one):
-1 Darice© Foamies Sheet 9” x 12” black (6mm thick) and
-1 Darice© Foamies Sheet 9” x 12” black (2mm thick) OR
-1 Darice© Foamies Sheet 9” x 12” color to match exterior (2mm thick)
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 18 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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I like the pattern, they are adorable
This is a great pattern & easy instructions. I have now made shoes from the scraps from ooutfits I have made for my granddaughters dolls.
All Miche patterns are well designed and easy to use and understand. This one is no different. In fact the boot itself is super simple to sew and put together. My frustration is always the fabric as I limited here on availability. I "made" some boot fabric using heat transfer interfacing and two pieces of fabric. This worked wonderfully for the boots but the straps got a bit frayed by the time I finally got them on. I used an actual buckle as the black clips I had didn't work with the "look" I wanted. Next time I will take the middle hook out of the buckle and not bother making holes for it. My favorite 5 year old loved them and they fit her Journey Girl doll just fine. Journey Girl feet are the same length as American Girl feet but are just a bit narrower in the heel. Easy to adjust Pixie Pack soles by using the Journey Girl Janes sole pattern. I can't cut soles very well. One is always bigger than the other! That is why I bought the pre-cut soles. What a difference. All my shoes turn out great and they are so easy. Well worth the money just to reduce the frustration.
The end product is adorable and most of the project is simple and straight forward. The only really tricky part was wrapping the boot uppers around the soles, as a shoemaker would expect. Using vinyl makes this tricky! The buckle detail is what makes these so special. I recommend using a finished edge for the buckle anchor strap. Folded fold-over-elastic worked well on one pair I've made whereas the strap as described was a little bit messy on the other pair I've made. Darling product.
Super cute, fairly easy to put together. Love the finished product.