Learn How to Make A Pillowcase Dress Tutorial
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It’s no secret that I positively adore sewing cute dresses and outfits for my 2 year old little girl. In fact, I was selling little girls boutique style clothes for awhile (hoping to get back to it once my kiddos are in school!).
Nothing really fulfills my creative desires like spending a few hours hunched over my sewing machine with a yard or so of fabric and turning out an outfit that would net $70+ at an uppity overpriced boutique.
The truth is, most people have the capability to sew and to sew well. It requires patience, the ability to use Google (a lot in my case!) and really good patterns. Now when I say really good patterns, I am NOT talking about tissue paper patterns from McCall’s or Simplicity. Try to start sewing with one of those patterns, and you are likely to abandon your newfound sewing hobby before you even get the entire pattern cut out!
Make the process easy on yourself by starting with a quality pattern/tutorial
Why Learn How To Make a Pillowcase Dress?
Why even bother learning how to make a pillowcase dress?
If you learn how to make a pillowcase dress, you can whip something up in no time at all for way less then you would spend purchasing an outfit in stores.
Sewing machines actually aren’t even that expensive any more. You can get a basic one for just $75, which will pay for itself in a few outfits/throw pillows! Plus, nothing beats seeing your little girl twirling around the room in a Mommy Original
Not interested in learning how to make a Pillowcase Dress? Check out these other great sewing tutorials:
- How to make a peasant dress
- How to sew a ruffled tier dress
- Make your own frugal bandana dress
- How To Make Pants
A Pillowcase Dress tutorial worth using
I wanted to give y’all a little treat today though.
To learn how to make a pillowcase dress you’ll need the following supplies:
- 1-1 1/2 yds of fabric (depends on the size you are making)
- Coordinating thread
- Bias tape (either coordinating or contrasting…I used double, the tutorial I post after this used single)
- 1-2 yards of grosgrain ribbon
- Trim (I used ruffle trim, the tutorial following used pom pom)
How to Make a Pillowcase Dress
Isn’t it gorgeous! Isn’t she adorable?
If you need a bit more guidance, stop by A Room Somewhere and tell her I sent you over!
Or if you need a bit more step by step assistance, check out You Can Make This for all your pattern needs!
Want more information? You can check out this post I made here…waaaaaaay back when I was first starting to blog: Learning to Sew