1. Warhol Dress by Dana of MADE
I don't know what I like most about this dress: the fact that it looks super comfy, that it looks so easy to sew, or that it can be customized in a gazillion ways. Whatever it is, this dress is up there on my to-do list.
Check out the tutorial on MADE, which is full of sewing and crafting inspiration and tutorials. Make sure you have plenty of time before clicking this link!
2. Itty Bitty Baby Dress
I have seen numerous versions of this dress all over the blogosphere. If you have to make a gift for a newborn girl or for a baby shower look no further. There's something about this Itty-Bitty Dress that immediately evokes warm and fuzzy memories.
Here's the link to the Itty-Bitty Dress Pattern.
3. The Playdate Dress
This playdate frock is just one of the many awesome tutorials that people make people love the site Craftiness Is Not Optional. Hop on over to check out the tutorial for this comfortable dress that's great for fun and play.
And here is the link to the Playdate Dress Pattern!
4. Coral Reef Dress
This is my interpretation of the classic one-shoulder design. The tutorial illustrates how to create your own look.
5. Butterfly Dress and Headband
You can't help but fall in love with this cute dress ( and its supercute model). Kelly from the blog Sewing in No Man's Land shows you the easy way of making this dress for your little one (with many other dress options too). Here's one of my interpretations of the dress.
6. Spring Fever Dress by Me Sew Crazy
This is a very sweet dress by Me Sew Crazy. The front is pretty with all the ruffles but the biggest surprise is in the back. Hop on over to check it out.
7. The Square Top by Lil Blue Boo
Ever-so-talented Ashley from Lil Blue Boo shows a simple way of making this square top. Its not quite a dress but can easily be made into one. The dress combines simplicity and style in a way that's difficult to find.
8. Gather and Grow Dress
Here's one of my dress tutorials on Moda Bake Shop. The thing I like the most about this dress is that it can be worn for a long time by a growing child. The elasticized back and shoulder ties ensure that the dress grows along with your little one.
9. Ruffle Clover Dress by No Big Dill
Here's a very different and very beautiful dress. Who said little girls have to be dressed in pink? Katy from No Big Dill shows that you could make an equally beautiful, girly, and awesome dress in black.
10. Peasant Dress from Sew Much Ado
Here's the latest tutorial from Abby of Sew Much Ado. Her interpretation of the classic peasant dress hits it right out of the ball park. The dresses are super simple to make but drafting the pattern used to be tricky. Fear no more, Abby's design is here now!
Bonus Video with Pattern: Baby Dress for Beginners
Nancy Kimes on March 21, 2020:
Can't wait to make a few of these for overseas missions, or for the Tupolo Childrens Mission....gonna be a busy beaver
domestic girl! on September 17, 2016:
I can't stop looking at all the fantastic patterns!! My twin granddaughters will be the next size up by the time I stop looking! I just love the site! Thank you!!
aiman on December 05, 2014:
Teacher106 from United States on June 13, 2014:
I can't wait to make these dresses!
Naila on April 23, 2014:
HI, this is very good collection
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on August 19, 2013:
I'm so looking forward to sewing with my daughter when she grows up...this must be so much fun.
Thank you for stopping by!
Amanda Bartsch on August 19, 2013:
I absolutely ADORE sewing for baby girls... So wish I could dress my 13 yr old baby girl still in these fashions !!! But at least she loves to sew along with me- thank you for your time spent in collecting and sharing with us all... I certainly appreciate (and "take in") any moments possible I can spend with her. We've actually created a sewing class for my daughters "groupies" - revamped the playroom into a new Studio and have since started collecting used, older machines for each girl to be able to sew on ! (My husband says it really looks like I'm running a sweat-shop, lol !) Sewing had sort of become a lost art for younger generations... Incredibly happy to see its popularity booming !!!
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on March 18, 2013:
There are many cotton dress patterns here:
Thanks for your comment,
ayisha on March 18, 2013:
i am new one please inform me about some baby cotton dress design for sewing
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on October 18, 2012:
@Dreamjar: This is good news. Thanks for letting me know.
Dreamjar from Florida on October 18, 2012:
FYI u were first on google search list when i searche free sewing patterns for baby dress
Mehar on September 22, 2012:
Hay ! this is vvvvvvvvvvvery gooooooooood collection .Ttthhhank you so much.
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on June 22, 2012:
Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you found it useful.
Jade Gracie from United Kingdom on June 21, 2012:
Can't wait to sart trying some of these for my neice. Thanks for collecting them
Mollye Self on June 13, 2012:
You are so kind and sweet to offer these free patterns. Thank you so much.
shahidalatiff on May 28, 2012:
very cute looking
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on March 11, 2012:
Hi Peggy, Thanks for the comment. You may want to take a look at my accessories roundup here: https://hubpages.com/art/Top-10-accessory-tutorial...
I think you could find some useful tutorials there, which can be done without a sewing machine.
Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on March 11, 2012:
I have no little ones to sew for, nor a sewing machine...but these dresses do look cute.
bloomsandbugs on February 25, 2012:
You're very welcome kmaskcreations. Thanks for stopping by,
I hope you check out the skirt and pants patterns as well that are on my other hubs.
kmaskreations on February 25, 2012:
Very good hub! Such cute outfits! I'm looking forward to trying some of these. Thanks for sharing :)
Anshu (author) from San Francisco, CA on February 08, 2012: