Braided Little Girl’s Dress…

Hi everyone, I am so excited to be here at The Girl Creative! I have been a fan for some time now, and when the opportunity popped up to be a regular contributor my hand went WAY up…and I waived it back and forth hopping impatiently in and out of my chair – lol.

My name is Jessica, I run a little blog called Me Sew Crazy, and I LOVE to sew (and paint, and redecorate, and upcycle, and refurbish, but let’s just say MOSTLY sew). As many of you have families of your own, you know what it means to have something for yourself – not as a Mommy or Wife – but something that is just Yours. That is what my blog does for me, it gives me something of my own, and I love it! My world outside of the chaos, where I can create beautiful things and share them with the world.

So what am I sharing with the world today?

I give you the Braided Little Girl’s Dress

After playing with braids a week or so go, coming up with the Braided Weave Belt, I had the itch and knew I wanted to try to incorporate braids into clothing somehow.

I feel like this dress is part boho-chic, part dress up, and part laid back Summer, but 100% little girl fun! Not only am I thrilled with how this first attempt came out, I want to share with you how I did it!

For the tutorial to make your very own Braided Dress click HERE. Click HERE for pattern sizes are included for 2T thru 5T.


That’s my eldest daughter having fun in it, you will be seeing a lot of her :).

I hope you enjoy, and I look forward to seeing you all again next Tuesday!

Happy Sewing everyone!

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XOXO
Diana
www.thegirlcreative.com

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Comments

  1. says

    Very cute. I’ve added braiding or single stitch finger crochet around necklines before, but nothing where the braiding became straps, this is a wonderful and very creative project. Thank you.

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