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Baby Doll Dress Tutorial

By: Katie Shelton for abeautifulmess.com
Baby Doll Dress Tutorial
Baby Doll Dress Tutorial
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This simple yet classic Baby Doll Dress Tutorial will teach you an adorable way to stay cool this summer and transition seamlessly into fall. This pattern features customizable length, lining, and fabric density, so you can really make this dress your own—any style or season is possible! Create your own stylish take on this darling pattern by choosing your own fabric print, from sunshiny pastels to bold motifs. Timeless, breathable, and comfortable to wear, this easy DIY baby doll dress pattern is an inexpensive way to add girlish flair to any wardrobe.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This is such a cute dress! I love the green color and it can easily be worn during several seasons. It's always great to have versatile pieces in your wardrobe.

I love this dress for summer. It's the perfect length and the free design keeps you cool and stylish. It's the simplest dress to make for your doll and even for your kids or yourself. You can tweak the pattern about since your making it for your own body size and so if you want something stylish or something simple, it's up to you.

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