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25 DIY Easter Dresses

Put your sewing skills to the test this spring by making an adorable Easter dress for a little girl. There’s a dress in here for every skill level from beginner to advanced, so no need to feel intimidated. If she likes frills, we’ve got that. What about something comfy and cute, perhaps made of jersey knit? We’ve got that too. You can check out all the 25 DIY Easter Dresses and tutorials here…


  • 25 DIY Easter Dresses 1 of 26
    Click through for these pretty do-it-yourself frocks!
  • Sunshine Dress 2 of 26
    Sew an ombre dress in yellow or her favorite color.
    Find out more at Project Run and Play.
  • Easter Party Dress 3 of 26
    Go big with a party dress.
    Find out more at Simple Simon and Co.
  • Ribbons and Twirls 4 of 26
    Grab your ribbons to make her a dress that is perfect for twirling in.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Twist and Shout 5 of 26
    I especially love the belt loops added to this dress that you could put a ribbon or belt through.
    Find out more at The Ribbon Retreat.
  • Pleated Dress 6 of 26
    A pleated jersey dress that is comfy and cute.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Down By the Bay 7 of 26
    I love the idea of combining pastels and nautical together for an Easter dress.
    Find out more at Me Sew Crazy.
  • Peplum Bubble Dress 8 of 26
    Hop on the peplum trend with a bubble dress.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Seeing Scallops 9 of 26
    This beautiful dress pattern will show you how to make scallops and pleats.
    Find out more at Craftiness is Not Optional.
  • Morton Salt-Inspired Dress 10 of 26
    This 60s style dress with long sleeves is great for a chilly Easter day.
    Find out more at Simple Simon and Co.
  • Snappy Toddler Dress 11 of 26
    Pick out spring fabrics to make this cute snappy toddler dress that comes with free pattern.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Pretty Petal Dress 12 of 26
    Make a unique skirt that looks like flower petals.
    Find out more at iCandy Handmade.
  • Sweet as Can Be Dress 13 of 26
    Learn how to make this adorable dress you could embellish by adding a collar, flowers, or a bow.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Topped with a Bow 14 of 26
    Get the perfect Easter look by making this dress with seersucker fabric.
    Find out more at Shwin and Shwin.
  • Little Lady Dress 15 of 26
    Learn how to sew a Peter Pan collar and puffy sleeves to make this dress.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Belle of the Ball 16 of 26
    Don't spend a fortune on this style dress when you can make it.
    Find out more at Couturier Mommy.
  • Snap and Wrap 17 of 26
    Make wrap around dress for your tot.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Time to Twirl 18 of 26
    Pick a color scheme to go with, or do a few different pastel colors.
    Find out more at Skirt as Top.
  • Easy-Peasy Pillowcase Dress 19 of 26
    Sew up this little number the day before Easter if you have to.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Simple Shirt Dress 20 of 26
    Convert a shirt into a fitted Easter dress.
    Find out more at Made.
  • Off the Shoulder Toddler Dress 21 of 26
    Make a one shoulder dress for a warm Easter day.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Short and Sweet 22 of 26
    Sew this cute dress and pair with a colored tights.
    Find out more at Shwin and Shwin.
  • Beginner Jersey Dress 23 of 26
    Take a beginner course in sewing with knits to make this sweet jersey knit dress.
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Long and Flowing 24 of 26
    This dress is so adorable I want one for myself.
    Find out more at Sew Craft Create.
  • Long Sleeve Peasant Dress 25 of 26
    She can stay warm in a long sleeve dress like this. Put a blouse underneath and pop the collar out for extra warmth
    Find out more at Prudent Baby.
  • Just Right for Spinning 26 of 26
    This full skirt is perfect for some pretty awesome spinning.
    Find out more at While They Snooze.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful. She can also be found on Babble’s the New Home Ec.

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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