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Slippers for Girls & Their 18-Inch Dolls


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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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic sewing skills. The pattern can be made by machine or by hand. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS These Slippers fit US size 10.5 - 3 for girls

Recommended with this pattern

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

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The Doll Loft
The Doll Loft
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 though they had always been in my hands waiting patiently to come out! I sewed dolls on a make-to-order basis using pure wool felt because it has a beautiful warmth and depth that is perfect for dolls! Then I started to make cute, contemporary clothes for the dolls too. The girls in my neighborhood would come up to my sewing room to help me design the clothes. I found that the clothes could fit many different dolls and that is how these patterns came to be! I'm now branching into accessories too! I authored a book called Doll Fashionistas, a step-by-step guide to sewing stylish dolls and a fashionable wardrobe to match. I am the owner of The Doll Loft,, the place for dolls and clothes to sew. The Doll Loft is an independent, family-owned business based in South Orange, New Jersey where I live with my husband and three sons.