Love Me Knot Ruffle Dress - Girls 6m-12

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Love Me Knot Ruffle Dress - Girls 6m-12 Pattern


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Sewing: Love Me Knot Ruffle Dress - Girls 6m-12
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Beginner friendly

Pattern Description:

This girls knot dress sewing pattern with a stripwork skirt is an easy sew. Our PDF tutorial includes is ideal for making boutique clothes for a birthday party, flower girl, Christmas, Halloween, Easter, Valentines Day and July 4th!. Girls, toddlers, babies, and 18" dolls will enjoy your handmade boutique clothing. The Love Me Knot tutorial is very thorough and FULL of meticulous instructions, diagrams, and photos to make your job simple.

This is a versatile pattern with many options for customizing to your preference. Use two toned fabric scraps or an array of mix-matched coordinating fabrics. Instructions are included for making an abundance of thin strips or a smaller number of wide fabric strips complete with a ruffled frilly border.

Multiple sizes are included in this pattern ranging from 6 months - 12 years, including an option to make an 18" doll dress - perfect for matching dolly and me sets!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6m-12
  • Doll


  • Fabric
  • Standard sewing notions

About Designer

About Designer

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Welcome to the Little Lizard King sewing shop. We enjoy crafting, embroidering, and sewing for friends and family. Our daughter and her little lizard friends are the inspiration for most of the items you will find.

Soon after having a child, we quickly discovered how easy, enjoyable, and inexpensive it is to make custom clothing for our daughter and her friends. After a couple requests and ...

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