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A full tutorial showing you how to make these little summer shoes for Patience. I believe Marley Wentworth and Agnes Dreary share the same body as Patience, so the shoes should fit those dolls too, or any dolls with Patience-sized feet.

The shoes are very cute and just the thing to finish off an outfit.

Includes the templates (pattern pieces) for the shoes.

I’ve taken just as much trouble with this 12 page tutorial as I do with my full-scale sewing patterns, and the photographic instructions are very clear. They also give a couple of alternatives as you’re making the item.

Once you're familiar with the process, you should feel able to try making your own shoe pattern for different sized dolls with flat feet, like MSD sized dollies, or 'flatfoot' Elowyne Wilde.

The templates page (page 12) can be printed out on your computer - instructions for doing that are included.

Due to high costs of printing ink, I regret I cannot offer a printed version of this whole package.

Your download, after payment, will be in both A4 format AND US Letter format. This way you can choose which format you'd prefer, the European A4, or the US Letter (USL).

1) TUTE#018 Instructions for Patience shoes U.S. Letter size (USL)
1) TUTE#018 Instructions for Patience shoes A4 size.
2) PDF file with pictures of the shoes

This is a tutorial on how to make these hand crafted items, not actual doll shoes.

(Cut and paste the link into your browser.)

You are welcome to use my patterns to make your own doll clothes to sell. HOWEVER - please respect my copyright, and give credit to Raccoon’s Rags on your sale page. For example it’s okay to write “Handmade by myself, using a Raccoon’s Rags pattern” or even “adapted from a Raccoon’s Rags pattern” But not “My own design”.

I always credit other artisans/designers when I use their patterns or adapt them. They did all the hard work and deserve the recognition.

Many thanks and happy sewing.

PDF Full tutorial with template TUTE#018 - Shoes tutorial for Wilde Imagination Patience. Optional low heel and slingback straps.



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