Easy DIY Elsa Dress FREE sewing tutorial

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Easy DIY Elsa Dress FREE sewing tutorial

 

Here’s a FREE sewing tutorial for the Easy DIY Elsa Dress.

The designer shows you how to make an easy DIY Elsa dress by combining a white t-shirt and a blue dress. The designer describes this simple DIY costume as the perfect comfortable dress-up!

When your daughter wants to wear dress-ups and costumes all day every day, it’s important to make the dress-ups of their favorite characters while making them strong and comfortable.

The designer’s daughter watches Frozen 2 every week, and she was planning a Disney trip so a DIY Elsa dress was needed. It needed to be strong enough to hold up to play and washing, quick and easy to make, and comfortable enough to wear every day.

The designer, Heather of Heather Handmade, has made a fabulous 12-minute YouTube video tutorial showing you how to make the Easy DIY Elsa Dress, which you can watch by clicking on the play button below.

 

 

We hope you enjoyed watching the video tutorial as much as we did.

This dress is so simple and fun, and it has the perfect twirl factor. It only has three seams and a little bit of topstitching. This project is a refashion sewing project because you reuse the neckline and hem of a t-shirt. The designer has also added some glitter tulle to make the dress sparkle!!

 

Easy DIY Elsa Dress FREE sewing tutorial

 

What you will need to make an Elsa Dress:-

 

Easy DIY Elsa Dress FREE sewing tutorial

 

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