27 dresses- gorgeous women’s dresses to add to your “to make” list


Has your mailbox been full of fall catalogs like mine has? I love perusing the fall dress gorgeousness at JCrew, Anthropologie, etc. It makes me want to sew something for me!

While that might not be happening anytime soon (y’all should see my multi-tiered to-do list these days), I still thought a round up of Sewing for ME! dresses was an order (some of them are from right here on kojo). I should say- some of these are more fall-ish than others, but I think most of them can be winter-ized with fabric choice, tights and a cardigan.

With that- here are 27 FREE women’s dress tutorials and patterns that have made their way onto my To-Make list-

Hint of Vintage Maxi Dress by icandy handmade

Falling petals sundress by icandy handmade

Vintage frock by Ruffles ‘n Stuff

The Blue Dress by kojodesigns

 

Coffee date dress (free pattern at Burdastyle)

Beach dress by homelife

Boho maxi dress by Sweet Verbena

Ballerina dress by kojodesigns

 

One hour dress at CraftStylish

Soho maxi dress by Sew Much Ado

Color block tank dress by Sweet Verbena

DIY shift dress by Martha Stewart

 

Evelyn blossom dress by Ninth and Bird

Twinkle Sews Dress at Threadsmagazine

Knit sweater dress by Me Sew Crazy

Gold dots dress at Very Purple Person

 

Modern Prairie Dress by Prudent Baby

The Oasis Dress by kojodesigns

Nautical Dress by Elle Apparel

Bottom Mellow Dress by Sewing in No Man’s Land

 

The Museum Tunic by Anna Maria Horner

Leather and Lace Dress by Art With Ashley

Converted maxi dress by I Am Momma- Hear Me Roar

The Somerset Dress by Sewing in No Man’s Land

 

Beach Picnic Dress by Sewing in No Man’s Land

Shirred Striped Dress by Family Ever After

J Crew Inspired Ruffle Dress by Tea Rose Home

ps- Loving the fall home catalogs too (West Elm, Restoration, etc). Any guesses why those might of such interest? ;)

Comments

    • Kirstin says

      Thanks buddy… gosh I love dresses. :) Your comment makes me think of all of your lovelies- I’ll have to do another round up! :)

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