Sassy Shoes-CH Sewing pattern for Helen Kish's 14" Chrysalis dolls

Sassy Shoes-CH Sewing pattern for Helen Kish's 14" Chrysalis dolls



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Have you ever made or bought an outfit for your dolls and not been able to find the perfect pair of shoes to match? Or are you just up for a new challenge in creating items for your dolls' wardrobes?

This pattern will help you create darling little shoes for your 14" Kish Chrysalis dolls. This pattern for Kish Chrysalis fits feet that are about 57 mm long and 22 mm wide.

Four variations of the pattern are included, with step-by-step color photo instructions to help you create them. The options include basic flats, low-cut flats, Mary Janes, and slip-on loafers.

To create your shoes, you will need the following:
-remnants of lightweight woven cotton and lining fabrics
-thread in coordinating colors
-hand needle
-Liquid Stitch fabric glue or tacky glue
-scrap of fusible interfacing for Mary Janes
-2 mm craft foam for soles
-2 mm self-adhesive craft foam for insoles
-hot glue gun/glue sticks

It can be a little fussy to create these, but you have step-by-step instructions to help you every step of the way, and I'm just an email away! :)


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tillietogs Jun 12, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
Nice pattern with more than one version of the shoes. Easy to follow instructions. Thanks.

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Dawn Armstead Mar 13, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
This is just great! Instructions so easy to follow, that even I can make these shoes. Ingenious!

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janecclapperton1 Jan 12, 2019

5 out of 5 stars
Great patterns. Good instructions as well.

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RozelynnsNeedleArt Jul 3, 2020

5 out of 5 stars
The neck was a little too open, so I crocheted a row of decreases to close it up a bit. Also, I added a buttonhole.

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