Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls

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Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls Pattern

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Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls Changing Embellishment
Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls Springfield Doll in Slippers
Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls American Girl Doll in Slippers
Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls Perfect Slippers for Girls and Dolls!

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Clothing

Fit:

Girls

Item:

Socks

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills. The pattern can be made by machine or by hand.

Pattern Description:

This is our Simply Perfect Slipper Pattern for girls and their 18-inch dolls. Its fun and easy to make and has a cool interchangeable embellishment on the toe. With the non-skid sole the slippers are perfect for knocking around the house! And then, stitch up a matching pair for an 18-inch doll (like an American Girl or Springfield Collection doll) with the leftover fabric. The Skill Level to make the slipper is Beginner+. You'll learn how to sew layers; make embellishments and use snaps. The slippers can be sewn by machine or by hand.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • These Slippers fit US size 10.5 - 3 for girls

Materials:

  • You will need 1/4 yard of outer fabric and lining; muslin or flannel for the interlining; 1/4 yard of non-skid backing for the sole; large snaps; a small piece of felt; and fabric odds and ends and for the embellishment

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors. chopstick or blunt pencil; ribbon; marking pen; velcro; fabric glue

About Designer

About Designer

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The Doll Loft
by EllenBrown
South Orange, New Jersey USA
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I?m Ellen Lumpkin Brown and I am totally passionate about sewing! I?ve been sewing since I was a young girl. My mother and grandmother taught me and I learned more in junior high school. Sewing made me feel powerful then and it still does now - I love having the ability to make what I want myself.

I am a self-taught doll maker and pattern designer. Once I started sewing dolls, I felt as ...

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