Free Dress Patterns - Over 250 designs
Over 250 the best free Dress Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
<<Back to the Free Sewing Patterns Directory
*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Go to Page 1  2  3  4  5
Make pretty dresses with this collection of over two hundred and fifty free dress patterns & tutorials collected from all
over the web – sew casual dresses, formal dresses, fitted dresses, loose dresses, short dresses, long dresses, sleeveless
summer dresses,and more!

And just so that you're aware, the instructions for many of these patterns & tutorials are quite basic and assume that
you already have some sewing experience. Therefore, if you’re someone new to sewing, you may want to get some
instruction first (there are many great beginner sewing books out there) before attempting to sew any of these designs.
You might also want to sew your first garment from a purchased pattern, which will likely come with more detailed
instructions.

Quick fabric tip: If you happen to be purchasing a print fabric for your dress, keep in mind that sometimes a print can be
printed onto fabric crookedly. Therefore, before making your purchase, always check a print fabric first by unrolling a
length of it to make sure the design is straight. By making this quick check, you'll be saving yourself much time and
frustration later. And when purchasing a print fabric, remember to get a bit extra – more than what the pattern
instructions call for – because you'll need extra fabric in order to match the design at the seamlines, especially if the print
is a plaid or a stripe.

Even more free patterns!

You might also be interested in these free patterns:

All Clothing Patterns (900+)

Girls Dress Patterns (50)

Shirt & Blouse Patterns (50+)

Apron Patterns (170+)
Privacy Policy         Legal           About           Contact           Site Map
Sewing Information, Advice, How-to
Note: Clicking any of the following links will take you to another website unless otherwise indicated.
*********************************************************************************
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
*********************************************************************************
Petit Black
Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
Easy Summer
Dress
So Sew Easy
Flapper Style
Dress
Trash to Couture
Dress Refashion
Home Sweet Hombodies
Lace Dress
Cotton & Curls
Twirling
Sundress
Mama Says Sew
Bow Front Maxi
Dress
Mama Says Sew
The Soho Maxi
Dress
Sew Much Ado
DIY Shift Dress
Martha Stewart
Knit Wrap
Nursing Dress
Leafy Treetop Spot
30-minute
Sheath Dress
Melissa Esplin
Mini Ruffle Tube
Dress
Craftster.org
Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
Jersey Dress
Craftster.org
Sleeveless
Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
Drawstring
Halter Dress
Bored and Crafty
Summer Dress
Craftster.org
Long Dress with
Short Sleeves
Modern Sewing Patterns
T-shirts to
Dress
Seams Inspired
Maxi Dress
Running with Scissors
Red Flower
Dress
Craftster.org
Sleeveless
Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
More Dress Projects from These Popular Books!
Dress with
Layered Skirt
Modern Sewing Patterns
1920's Inspired
Dress
Craftster.org
Knit Dress with
Raglan Sleeves
Modern Sewing Patterns
Versa Skirt
Dress
Delia Creates
Babydoll Dress
Craftster.org
Easy Tank Dress
The Southern Institute
Color Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
Skirt to Dress
Bored and Crafty
Easy Knit Tube
Dress
Craftster.org
More Dress Projects from These Popular Books!
Casually Cute
Knit Dress
Made it on Monday
Long Blue Dress
Modern Sewing
Sun Dress
Craftster.org
Long Yellow
Dress
Modern Sewing Patterns
Dress with Veil
Modern Sewing Patterns
Wrap Dress
I Heart Jenny's Art
More Dress Projects from These Popular Books!
Color Block
Tank Dress
Sweet Verbena
New! - 5/22/14
Boho Maxi Dress
Sweet Verbena
New! - 5/22/14
Boho Maxi Dress
Bored & Crafty
New! - 5/22/14
Empire Waist
Dress
Versus Magazine
New! - 5/22/14
The Allie Dress
Made with Hugs & Kisses
New! - 5/22/14
Custom Search
Custom Search
Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: If you have plaid or stripe lines that don’t quite match up along the seam lines of your
garment, you can make the mismatch less noticeable by covering the seam with a band of
contrasting fabric, ribbon, or bias tape.

Tip #2: When sewing buttons onto your garment, try sewing them on one at a time to place
them accurately. Sew on one button, try your garment on, then check the spacing of the next
button before sewing it on.