comfy knit dress tutorial




I really love these little dresses! The idea came from a top my daughter has that I thought would translate really well into a dress. I wanted something that would be quick and easy to throw on - these dresses can be pulled on over the head...no need to unbutton the buttons. I cheated and sewed my buttons on through both layers of the bodice and skipped buttonholes. I made two versions of the dress, one with a flouncy, twirly 2 tier skirt and one with a less full single tier skirt with side seam pockets. Like the original top, I made these dresses using knits because they're so soft, stretchy, and comfy. This tutorial includes printable bodice pattern pieces to sew a size 2T-3T dress {plus tips on how to make other sizes} and step by step directions for making 2 skirt variations.


Show off some pretty buttons!

This pink and white striped dress was a women's t-shirt in it's former life. The kiddo's favorite part: the pockets, of course! My favorite part...using the existing hem and saving myself a step. I'm kind of lazy like that ;)








Fabric I used:


A few notes on knits...


Materials:
Read through the entire tutorial before beginning...it will make more sense that way. I promise.

This tutorial is for personal use only, please! Thank you.

Download pattern pieces here. When printing, make sure your printer is set to no "scaling/scale to fit" and that it's printing at 100%. As mentioned, the pattern pieces and measurements provided are for making a size 2T-3T. To make a dress a size larger {or smaller}, try the tips below...




cutting fabric


Press fabric well before cutting anything. Cut 4 bodice front pieces {2 main fabric and 2 lining} and 2 bodice back pieces on the fold {1 main fabric and 1 lining}. If you opt to add pockets, cut 4 of those. I chose to do a contrasting lining and pockets but you can use all the same fabric if you want. If using a directional print or fabric that has a "wrong side" keep that in mind went cutting your pieces out.

To make a 2 tiered skirt {above knee length}, I used the following measurements:

top tier - cut 2 on fold 11.5" wide x 7" tall {cut pieces will measure 23"wide by 7" tall}
bottom tier - cut 2 on fold 19" wide x 9.5" tall {cut pieces will measure 38" x 9.5" tall}

If you want to lengthen/shorten the skirt, add/subtract equal amounts of length to/from both tiers. You can also make the tiers less full, but I probably wouldn't add much more width to them.

To make a single tier skirt {knee length}, I used the following measurements:

cut 2 pieces 20" wide by 16.5" tall

*For reference, my daughter/model is about 40" tall and all legs.

sewing the bodice {seam allowance is 3/8" unless otherwise noted}

Match up the shorter sides of the front bodice pieces with the back bodice piece, right sides touching. Pin and sew along the short sides {underarm area} as shown in photo above. Press seams open. Set aside and repeat with the bodice lining.

Next, place the bodice lining face down onto the main bodice piece, right sides touching. Pin well and sew as indicated by the dotted lines in the photo above. Note, start and end your stitching about 1.5" from the top edge of the bodice when sewing the u-shaped armholes. Use the photo above for reference. Don't sew across the tops of the straps or across the bottom of the bodice. 



Trim the seam allowance down to 1/8" and clip the curves and corners except for the spots on the straps that you left unsewn. Leave those areas intact. I like to use pinking shears which makes this a quick, one step process. 

Close up below:

Turn the bodice right side out through the open straps. The next few steps are a bit tricky but you can do it! 

First, press the tops of the open straps flat. Starting with one side of the bodice - line up the tops of the straps, right sides touching. Make sure not to twist the straps around. Line up the center seams and pin. Sew the straps together as shown in the photo above. This will create the shoulder seam. The fabric will want to curl up so go slowly and make sure the fabric stays flat. Repeat process to finish the other strap.

The bodice is almost finished! You just need to sew closed the open areas on the straps. To do this, fold under the seam allowance and press. Double check to make sure both straps are even in width - you don't want one wider than the other. Pin in place and using a hand sewing needle and ladder stitch, close up the openings. Press the entire bodice well. At this point, I like to switch back to a regular sewing machine foot to topstitch. Since you're sewing through two layers of fabric, things are pretty well stabilized and a walking foot is no longer necessary. I prefer the stitches I get with my regular foot but do whatever works best for you. 


At this point, if you plan to sew buttonholes, choose how you want overlap the bodice and place a small piece of fusible interfacing between the main fabric and the lining on whichever half of the bodice  will be on top. Fuse. This will help reinforce the buttonholes. Overlap the front bodice pieces by about 3/4". Baste over the overlapped area close to the bottom edge of the bodice {just through the top half of the bodice, of course} to hold things in place for the next step.


sewing a single tier skirt with side seam pockets:


Take one of your skirt pieces and place it right side up. Measure down 4.5" from the top and make a  mark on left and right edge of the fabric. Get two of the pocket pieces you cut. With the right sides of the pocket pieces facing up, line up the straight edge of the pockets to the sides of the skirt pocket and the marks on the skirt {pockets should curve down towards the bottom of the skirt}. Sew the pocket pieces onto the skirt. Repeat this process with the other side of the skirt and remaining pocket pieces.


Next you'll place the two skirt pieces together right sides touching. Line up the pockets and pin those together first, then the rest of the skirt. Sew along both sides of the skirt/pockets as shown above in the photo. I use my sewing machine for this step and then finish the seams with a serger.  If you don't have a serger, you can either trim the seams down to 1/8" and leave them unfinished since they won't unravel or you can use a zig zag stitch. Sew a few rows of basting stitches at the top of the skirt {front and back}. Tip - use a contrasting thread to make it easier to see and remove basting stitches later!





To attach the skirt to the bodice, place the bodice {right side out} into the skirt {wrong side out}, line up the bottom of the bodice with the top edge of the skirt, and match up the side seams. I used a single pin on each side at the side seam to hold things together while gathering.

Starting with one side of the skirt {either the front or back}, slowly pull your gathering threads to gather the skirt to match the length of the corresponding side of the bodice. Make sure to evenly distribute the gathers and pin well. Repeat this process on the other side of the skirt/bodice. 

Using your sewing machine {I find my serger flattens out my gathers too much}, sew around the top of the skirt. Go slowly, use your fingers to help keep the gathers in place, and make sure the bodice straps, etc don't get in the way of your sewing. I then use my serger to finish this seam. Since this is a bulky seam, that is the best method but you can also zig zag stitch close to the seam, and then trim down the excess fabric. Remove any remaining basting stitches. Turn your dress right side out, sew on some buttons, and tuck the pockets into the skirt and press. To hem, I folded the bottom of the skirt up 3/8", pressed, and then used an extra wide twin needle to sew things into place. 


sewing a 2 tiered skirt:

Use the same steps I described above for the single tier skirt. Start with the shorter, top tier piece. Sew the side seams and finish them. Attach it to the bodice, gather, pin, and sew together. Repeat the process with the longer, bottom tier. To hem, fold up the bottom of the skirt 3/8", press well, and sew using a twin needle. Attach some buttons and you're done!












Hope you enjoy this tutorial. If you'd like to share your dresses, feel free to add photos to my Flickr group! If you have questions, either post them in the comments or send me an email. Thanks!

156 comments

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  2. Thank you! I just got into knits and I'm in dire need of patterns to try. This is just the right size and looks fun and comfy.

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  3. Oh I love it! Thanks so much for the tutorial and pattern - my daughter would love this. The husband just gave me a bunch of his t-shirts too, SCORE.

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  4. what a great tutorial! Thank youvery much! I just pinned this.

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  5. So cute!!!! I think we are going to need lots of these! ;)

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  6. ciao! e grazie mille per questo bel tutorial!
    Saluti Federica

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  7. Thank you for taking the time to share this!! This will certainly be on my "must -sew" list for next summer. Or even perhaps this fall with long sleeve shirt and tights underneath!

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  8. so so cute and looks comfortable too. Thanks for the tutorial! Will have to try one for Anne. I like the grey on on Syd especially!

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  9. These dresses are adorable and look so comfy!! Thank you for sharing the tutorial! I'm going to pin it and hopefully get to trying it out soon! :)

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  10. Wow! This is beautiful and I'm so thankful you took the time to make this for us. ;D

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  11. These are so darling! Thanks so much for sharing a wonderful tutorial. Can't wait to whip up a bunch for a gf's daughter! :)

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  12. so adorable!!!! I want one for me!!!

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  13. This dress is too cute! My daughter asked for a new dress for her birthday and this is the one! We just picked out some beautiful pink jersey. I'm reading through the tutorial and wondering how you would recommend doing a hem without the twin needles? This will be my first jersey adventure. :) Thank you!

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  14. @unknown

    If you can pick up twin needles at Joann, Hobby Lobby, etc, I'd suggest that. It just makes things easier. If not, you can use a single needle and zig zag stitch. You could also just leave the hem unfinished -it won't fray and will roll up a bit.


    check out this post for lots more tips on hemming knits:

    hemming knits 6 ways to beat those pesky puckers

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  15. I'm assuming this dress can be made with regular 100% cotton fabric as well? Or, is the "stretchiness" of the knit necessary in order for the arms to get in and out of the arm holes easily? I'd love to make this with some quilter's cotton fabric I have on hand. Let me know what you guys think.

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  16. Lindsay- you can use woven fabric. I would just make sure to make functional buttonholes and probably size the pattern up just a bit :)

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  17. Thank you so much for this tutorial. I made one last night for my daughter from a thrifted solid purple large men's shirt. She's wearing it now and it's perfect. The armholes are just right - loose enough that I could put a shirt underneath, but not so loose that it needs one. The instructions were great - so well illustrated. I'm so proud of myself- this is the first time I've attempted any kind of lining/facing and it looks so professional!

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  18. Thanks for your instructions and tips of sewing knits. It's really cool.

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  19. Oh I love all three dresses! I want one for myself!

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  20. Lovely pattern - I made it yesterday for my four year old granddaughter, who takes a size 5. I sized the pattern up and added some length to the skirt.

    Only question is how do you finish the pockets? I had a bit of lining/raw seam showing on the outside. I folded in and oversewed.

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    1. Hi Carinthia,

      It sounds like maybe you attached the pocket pieces to the wrong side of the fabric vs the right side...if you sew them to the right side (step 1) and then flip them out to sew them together with the other skirt/pocket pieces (step 2), the raw seams will be encased between the skirt and pocket and won't show on the outside of the dress at all once everything is put together and the pockets are tucked into the skirt. I hope that makes sense! I realize the fabric I used as an example was probably no the best as they don't technically have a right side/wrong side. I'll see if I can clarify the written directions any. If you need any more help, let me know. Glad the pattern worked out for you otherwise :)

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  21. I've recently starting sewing for my granddaughter and this dress is super cute. It's nice to find one specifically for knit fabrics. Thank you for the tutorial. I can't seem to get the patter however. When I click on the pattern download link it takes me to a new window that remains black. I never see a pattern. Help!

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  22. This really does look comfy. I featured it here:
    http://sewprettysewfree.blogspot.com/2013/04/comfy-knit-dress-pattern.html

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  23. Hello Thanks for the free pattern. When I click the link I only get one file for the bodice, is there another file for the skirt? Could you please email it to me if possible. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. Thanks
    mammarachl@gmail.com

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  24. Great tutorial!!! Thanks!! I just start to sew and your tuto help me a lot.
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  25. I just made mine for my little Ruby. I love it! Great tutorial-I can't wait to take pics. :D

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  26. I wonder if this could be made with an organic fleece as a tunic over a turtle neck for the fall????

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    1. I think that would work - I would probably do functional buttonholes though just in case since fleece usually isn't stretchy!

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  28. so so beautiful! thank you so much for sharing your hard work with us! i love your style so much :)

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  29. You are amazing. I sew too and I have a 7 month old and since your pattern was for a toddler, I made my own adjustment and pattern to fit her. But I love how good you are at explaining in the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  30. love LoVe LOVE this pattern! Thank you! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  31. Thank you for sharing this pattern. I am new at sewing; does grainline matter in this project?

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    1. probably not unless you're using something with a lot of 2 way stretch - i would want the stretch to go horizontally vs vertically. otherwise, he dress is pretty loose fitting so grainline shouldn't be an issue.

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  32. Wonderful tutorial! This was my first time sewing knit fabric. I used a stretch needle with normal sewing foot (thought it was worth a whirl) and it came up beautifully. Thank you!

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