Free Must-Sew Dress Patterns for Girls
Today I’m sharing my curated list of adorable FREE dress patterns for girls with you (perfect for when your little one outgrows these free baby patterns)! Each link offers a free printable pattern – ranging from one size to multiple sizes offered. I’ve also included some affiliate link fabric suggestions to help you get started on these free little girl dress patterns! Enjoy!
Free Dress Patterns for Girls
Ruffle Sleeve Dress from Sew Much Ado
Suncadia Dress from Sew Much Ado – this jersey knit fabric from my favorite online shop would make the perfect summer play dress!
Ruffle Dress from Sew Much Ado – yet another ruffly sleeve to add to our list of little girls dress patterns – but can there ever be too many ruffles?!
Infinite A-Line Dress from Bonnie and Blithe – it’s normally $10 but free when you sign up for the newsletter at the link! This is one of my fav dress patterns for girls because of all the options!
Racerback Dress from Crafterhours – how cute would it be in this adorable floral/polka dot knit?!
Knot Dress from The Sewing Rabbit – This would be such a fun summer dress, and the back is extra adorable!
We’re not done yet, keep scrolling for more free girl’s dress patterns!
The Party Dress from The Cottage Mama – there are so many Art Gallery prints that would be gorgeous for this girl’s dress pattern!
Twas the Night from Grosgrain Fabulous
Striped Relay Dress from iCandy Handmade
Comfy Knit Dress from lbg studio
Boxy Pleat Dress from iCandy Handmade
Boho Maxi Dress from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom – this butterfly fabric is one of my favorite ever – you can see the dress I made out of it here
Petal Maxi from The Sewing Rabbit (via Tea Rose Home)
A-Line Sleeveless Dress for Girls
Carolina Dress from Shwin & Shwin
Sunday Girl’s Dress from Sew Can Do
MuuMuu House Dress from Pretty Prudent
Pleated Flutter Sleeve Dress from It’s Always Autumn – this is one of my favorite free dress patterns!
Simple Girl’s Sundress from It’s Always Autumn
Brooklyn Empire Dress from The Stitching Scientist
There you have it! Now pick your favorite free girls dress patterns and get sewing! Find more cute dress patterns for girls in our pattern shop!
Thank you so very much for the suncadia dress pattern. Made it for my granddaughter and it is so perfect on her and she just loves it.
the patterns are lovely, but i cannot download, what am I doing wrong or, are they not free to download.
Hi Lynne – you’ll need to click on each link to access the free patterns, as they’re all hosted on the writers’ sites. Hope that helps!
Hi i have a stall 9yr girl who fits into young women’s clothing that is not age appropriate. How do I get patterns made for talker broader girls. I want simple too as im not a sewer. Thanks
Hi Toni! Your best bet would be to choose patterns based on her width measurements (chest, waist, etc), and then add the necessary length that she needs. Once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to do!
Hi, lovely patterns! I was looking to make the ‘Twas the night from Grosgrain fabulous’ but the link takes you to ‘Girls Ruffle Dress’. Just thought I’d let you know the link is incorrect. Thanks.
Thank you so much for the heads up, Alison! I’ve updated that link now and here it is as well: http://www.grosgrainfab.com/2012/01/twas-night-free-dress-pattern-pdf.html.
I was able to download the top part of the KNOT DRESS pattern but not the skirt part what am I doing wrong or not understanding…thanks
Hi Star, each pattern is hosted on it’s own designer’s site, so I’d email the designer and they’ll be able to help you better than I can (but I’m guessing the tutorial might just give measurements to cut rather than pattern pieces for the skirt if that helps).
The listed pattern I wanted to try was not free. It cost $10.00. I had no coupon code. I signed for the newsletter. It was called Infinite A-Line, but it did not look like it was a-line in the photo. It had a gathered skirt on a high waist and ruffles on the shoulders. I was interested in trying it because it goes together a little differently than another dress pattern that I made this summer.
Sorry about that, Linda. I know the designer did have offer the pattern for free when you subscribe to the newsletter, so you might want to reach out to her to ask if that’s still available or not. Also, I believe the pattern had quite a few options, so that’s probably why you’re seeing differences. Hope that helps!
I cannot download the pattern for the racerback dress. Please help
Hi, for the racerback dress, click on the link by the photo and that site will have instructions on how to access the pattern.