It’s always a great feeling to take off your heavy jacket those first few weeks of spring to show off those cute clothes you’ve had to hide away all winter. If you’re looking to add something new to your collection without too high of a cost, here are some of our favorite new dress patterns for spring, perfect for every occasion.
This semi-fitted dress from Butterick
is perfect for both casual and professional occasions this spring. You can create it with either long or short sleeves just in case your spring is a little chilly.
This pullover dress pattern
from Vogue is great for a beginner. A simple dress available with either short sleeves or straps so you can make a version for spring and for summer.
The Nicola wrap dress
from Victory Patterns is a great way to match your garden this spring. It features a pretty tulip-style skirt and secures with a button. If you like to reuse your patterns, you can also use it to create a blouse.
The Coastal Breeze dress
created by Make It Perfect and featured on Indie Sew is perfect for relaxing on lazy spring weekends. It’s also another great beginner dress, made with knit, terry or jersey fabric and featuring an empire waist and a pleated skirt.
The Lisette misses dress
featured on Butterick can also be made shorter for a cute tunic. It was featured in a sew-along post
in the beginning of April, so if you like step-by-step details when sewing, this is a great dress to try!
from Tracey Reese and featured on Vogue is great for flirty spring nights. It looks best when you sew it with lace or eyelet fabric. The pattern is also a little more complicated, so try it after sewing a few easier patterns first.
If you like to sew your accessories along with your dress, this pattern
from Kwiksew is perfect for you. There are a few options available including a square or a v-neckline, but both dresses include everyone’s favorite dress feature, pockets!