Scarves DIY Maxi Dress

Scarves DIY Maxi Dress
Scarves DIY Maxi Dress
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This maxi dress pattern shows you how to use old scarves (or squares of fabric) to create a flowing and beautiful dress that will look great on just about anybody. The Scarves DIY Maxi Dress shows you how to sew a long dress pattern that can be worn casually and paired with a sweater for winter. You can use scarves of the same design or combine three different prints for a bohemian look. This free sewing pattern takes an afternoon to create and requires several yards of fabric.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


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Woah! This dress is gorgeous! I am petite so long flowy deep plunge dresses are perfect for me. The simple pattern makes this dress the easiest pattern you can attempt. Since you only need large squares, the other measurements are tailored to your frame and they are pretty simple. You can also opt to sew by hand or machine which I love.

This little scarf dress pattern is stunning, and I just love it! Many times there are some great sales on scarves of this type and even close outs which really would make this so cost effective to create! I could see adding some embellishment is you want to change up the look, by adding a pretty brooch in the center, or using some sequined bias tape for shoulder trim. A great pattern idea and concept! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity!

This is a very stunning dress and noone would know that it was done with 3 long scarves or three fabric squares and those straps make it look so classy. It looks very comfortable and can be worn to dinner a party,concert, dance and so many other places. I love the color and design on the fabric. Seems to be easy to make and the tutorial is simple to follow. Anyone make something from these scarves before? Thanks.


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