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Baby girl’s dress – Burda 9750

June 22, 2018

I have used this Burda 9750 sooooooooo many times to make little girl dresses that I have lost count. I mean, it’s probably something like 20 times! Here are a few photos I have dug out of some of them.

My first version of the dress, made with ready-prepared patchwork fabric from John Lewis

Red Polka Dot cotton with patch packets and broderie anglaise trim on waistband and hem

I’ve made two, almost identical versions of this dress (one for my daughter and one for someone else)

Piped on waistline seam and raw edges bias bound

Similar bodice but with a fully gathered, ankle length skirt

This is made with a light cotton voile

I used a contrast fabric for the bodice for this version

I used ready-made bias binding for this version and black velvet ribbon trim on the waistband

Dress made with Linton Tweed and fully lined

Burda 9750 – Age 18-24 months

So that’s 12 different versions I could find pictures of easily, but I’ve a feeling there are others I’ve made! Quite a handy little dress pattern, eh?!

Here’s my latest, for the extra cute and beautiful Rosalie.

And here she is wearing it:

Isn’t she a cutie? Here’s a picture of another of my friend’s babies wearing the dress I made for her daughter:

Soooooo cuuuuuuuuute!!

And one more:

Awwww. It’s lovely to make special dresses for special girlies πŸ™‚

5 Comments leave one →
  1. June 23, 2018 1:44 pm

    Those are so adorable it’s making me wish I had babies to sew for!

  2. June 24, 2018 2:43 am

    I have two nieces that I should probably sew for, maybe I need to find this pattern.

    • tabathatweedie permalink*
      June 25, 2018 7:49 am

      It is a good one! 😁❀❀

  3. June 24, 2018 11:29 pm

    This was the pattern that got me onto sewing. I must have made it 10 times (very badly!)

    • tabathatweedie permalink*
      June 25, 2018 7:48 am

      Glad to know another fan of the pattern! 😊

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