Jess from Bits for Baby and Craftiness Is Not Optional shares a 3-part sew-along for making her Junebug Dress for little girls.  This is SUCH a cute dress!  The simple lines show off a favorite fabric and your child’s cute self, and the buttons on the bodice are exactly the right amount of detail.

Go to Part 1 to make your pattern and cut out the pieces.  (If you want to make one in a size 2T/3T, she’s got a pattern for you to download.  For other sizes, she gives instructions for how to draft the pattern.)

Go to Part 2 to learn how to sew the bodice and the buttonholes.

Go to Part 3 to learn how to sew the sleeves and the skirt.

[photo from Craftiness Is Not Optional]

By Anne Weaver


1 Comment so far

  1. Freebie73 on July 14, 2012 7:08 am

    I just completed my first Junebug Dress! It is so cute! The only trouble I had was with the hem. I think because I cut the sides on a slant for the A-line, that when I went to do the wide hem there was too much material to lie flat as I was sewing. I think next time I will start the A-line a couple inches up from the bottom. Or maybe I just can’t sew a hem! LOL :)

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