More thoughts on Monster High/Ever After High Doll Shoes #DIYCrafts #MonsterHighDolls

The image shows a pair of Mary Jane -style shoes. There's a pair in Christmas red and white with a gingham lining in the sole of the shoe, and there's a pair in royal blue with a royal blue lining in the sole of the shoes. If you'd like the free printable PDF patterns for making these Maryjane shoes for your dolls, please click on the link in the caption. These Mary Jane shoes will fit dolls with foot measurements of 4 cm long by 2 cm wide or slightly smaller. I have found that the pattern works for Monster High dolls, Ever After High dolls, Moana 10 inch dolls, and DC Superhero girls dolls.

Last week I gave you my pattern for Mary Jane -style shoes, which I boasted would fit Monster High, Ever After High, Moana, and Kuu Kuu Harajuku dolls.

Unfortunately, I misstated. Sorry about that!

The pattern for the shoes I gave you on Thursday last week will fit the following dolls only:

I’ve re-typed last week’s blog post to reflect this more accurate list of dolls who can wear this shoe pattern.

The reason I had thought that Kuu Kuu Harajuku dolls could wear this shoe pattern is because I created the patterns and tutorials about six months ago, along with this adorable loafer-style shoe that does fit Kuu Kuu Harajuku dolls:

Click on the link in the caption for the free printable PDF pattern and tutorial video for making these loafer-style shoes which fit Kuu Kuu Harajuku dolls, Sunshine Family dolls, Mego male action figures, Tammy dolls from Ideal, and the male father doll from the Tammy family of dolls (and probably a lot of other dolls too). I tried to design these loafers to look a little like Toms shoes, but you could create them a little differently for a different look. The pattern comes from ChellyWood.com, a website that offers hundreds of free printable patterns for dolls of many shapes and all different sizes.

My pattern designs and weekly tutorial videos are prepped months before they appear here on my website, and between juggling my paying job (as a school librarian) and responsibilities to my family during the holidays, I was running WAY behind on my blog posts.

So Wednesday night, when I posted my shoe pattern, I made a best guess about which dolls I remembered could wear the pattern.

Later, when someone emailed me about the pattern, I double checked this information by trying the shoes on various dolls. That’s when I discovered my error. Clearly the small loafer is a different pattern than the larger Mary Janes:

The image shows two pairs of doll shoes. A blue pair of Maryjanes sits next to a black houndstooth pair of Toms-style loafers. The blue Mary Janes are slightly larger than the black houndstooth fabric loafers. Please visit ChellyWood.com for your free printable patterns and tutorial videos for making these and other doll crafts / doll shoes.

Sorry for the oversight everyone. Hopefully this blog post sets things straight in a timely fashion.

My apologies for any confusion or crafting problems this may have caused you. I’m very sorry, but I’m only human…

The patterns and tutorials for making this pattern for a 1:6 scale doll apron with pockets will be posted on this website at 7:00 AM Mountain Standard Time, on 19 March 2020.

 

2 thoughts on “More thoughts on Monster High/Ever After High Doll Shoes #DIYCrafts #MonsterHighDolls

  1. Don’t worry about it, I am sure everyone understands. after all you are Human.
    You do give all of these wonderful patterns and projects for free. GOD BLESS YOU.

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