12 Summer Sewing Tutorials for Girls

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12 Summer Sewing Tutorials for Girls

Sewing is something I love that’s been pushed low on the priority list the past year. I’m working on getting it back up there because I really miss it. But in the meantime, here are 12 of my past sewing tutorials for girls.

For several of the dresses, I use shirring. You can find my sewing basics tutorial on shirring here.

  1. The Harper Maxi Dress
  2. The Piper Dress
  3. Shabby Chic Circle Skirt
  4. Little Flower Child Sundress
  5. The Patchwork Dress
  6. The Olivia Tunic Dress
  7. The Summer Harem Pant
  8. The Chloé Dress
  9. The Ruffled Yoga Mini
  10. The Bandana T-Shirt Dress
  11. The Layered Twirly Dress
  12. The Lyla Dress (my only e-pattern over on YouCanMakeThis.com)

Happy sewing!

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  1. 1
    cynthia stacey says:

    love the 3rd circle shirt shabby chic circle. I want to make it for myself and a lot longer. How would I get the pattern for this

    • 2

      Hmmm…I’m not sure. I’d suggest looking up the adult circle skirt tutorial over on the blog MADE (danamadeit.com I think) and then adapting the skirt to your size with the same tiered concept. If you make it for yourself, I’d love to see a pic!

  2. 3
    katforever18 says:

    Hey I have a new granddaughter & I really love the dress # 6 & I wanted to make it for her but you don’t have it on there. You do have #5 on there twice as #5 & 6. Is there anyway that you can send me directions for the #6, The Olivia Tunic Dress? If you can I would appreciate it. Thank you!!

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