I’m always on the hunt for new ideas for Easter Dresses, so I’ve rounded up 50 great Easter Dress Patterns for Girls. I’ve broken the list down into two categories, dresses made from purchased patterns and dresses with free dress sewing patterns. Enjoy!
There’s a running joke in my house that if it’s the night before Easter, I’m holed away in my sewing room frantically trying to finish up my girl’s Easter Dresses. I have YET one year to finish early.
Sewing Easter Dresses for my girls has always been one of my ALL TIME favorite sewing projects, I’ve done it for 18 years now and think I’ll never tire of it.
(the dress in the photo above is Vogue 7958 made from Heather Bailey Freshcut Fabric)
50+ Easter Dresses to Sew for Girls
I’m sharing with you more than 50 ideas for Easter Dresses for girls that you can sew. Each of the items on this list is a finished dress and includes information about the patterns used to create the dresses. Many of these dresses were made a few years ago and the exact fabric used may no longer be available but you should be able to find a fabric with a similar aesthetic easily.
The list is broken down into two categories. Dresses with made from purchased sewing patterns and dresses made from free dress tutorials.
Many of the girls dress patterns below, below I have sewn myself. If you click the links it will take you either to the dress I made or to the pattern itself. Many of these dresses have also been shared by some of my favorite sewing blogs.
If it is a dress that I have made I share in the related post my observations, tips, and ideas for sewing that particular dress pattern.
Girls Dress Sewing Patterns to Purchase
1. Yellow Daisies Smocked Dress sewn by Polka Dot Chair . The pattern is Mary Dee by Children’s Corner. Smocking plate info is unknown.
2. Kristin’s Sundress pattern made for a baby at Polka Dot Chair – this pattern is no longer in print, but the Forget Me Knot Pattern (linked here) is very similar.
3. Children’s Corner Macy Dress sewn example above.
Easter Dresses made from Free Tutorials
Note: This information is correct at the time of publishing. Things can change from time to time, check with the individual pattern makers if you have questions.
This post was first shared in ’14 and has been updated with improved information and checked for accuracy.