Anna dress round up

And now, for the Anna dresses YOU made! They are all adorable and unique!
I seriously get emotional and wig out 
like a normal amount 
soo enjoy seeing the dresses pop up in the flickr group after a sew along! I may not have one for June…hoping too, but it’s a busy month for us. My brother’s getting married in a few weeks, and both Charlotte’s and Rory’s birthdays are in a few weeks. It’s all happening within two days, but there’s a lot of build up to the big day, folks. Of course, I’m slightly obsessive so I probably will get one together. I’m so silly sometimes. I do have a bunch of fun giveaways scheduled for you guys! It’s gonna be a fun month! 
ON to the dresses!
This gorgeous yellow number was sewn by my good pal Nikki. She is an avid sew-alonger and always churns out fantastic frocks! (you’re awesome Nikki!)
I love the vintage feel of this fabric and that hair! what an cute blondie. 🙂 This was sewn by tampete77.

I adore these polka dots and love that she made it sleeveless! It may be even more cute! This was sewn by Mrs. Sassy Crafter!

The double panel of buttons is fabulous, and I love the one heart button. So stylish! By mamemino.

Those sleeves are perfection, are they not? That floral is going to look so adorable on the lucky little girl this dress is for! By Amy via Facebook.
WOW. Fabulous, no? I love that she was gutsy enough to make one for herself. I’m not quite there…yet! Made by Emily via Facebook. 
Not that she was busy or anything whipping up a stylish dress for herself…Emily also made her daughter an adorable Anna dress! I love the green fabric!


  1. What great dresses. Love all the variety in color, patter and design. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Parabéns. Você é muito criativa!!!

  3. Eeeek, my photo is on your blog (cringe lol) definatly not my most flattering moment, but then getting a dress finished always takes precidence over the beauty routine!
    My Anna dress has since been subject to some very radical darting and shaping and the insertion of an invisble zip as I didnt like the loose fit, it is now much more ladylike and flattering! Thanks a billion for the inspiration, my new improved Anna dress gained much admiration at our recent craft night.
    Thanks again Jess, Happy Blogging!

  4. Yay for the sew-alongs!! 😀 Thanks for the sweet things you said Jess!!

  5. Oh, they are all so fabulous! You must be so proud to have inspired all these people. You rock!

  6. These are so pretty! I love adult sized one. 🙂

  7. Everybody did such a wonderful job! I wish I had whipped one up! I especially love that first one! So cute!

  8. Fabulous….I gave Tam her first sewing machine a couple of months ago…and she has never sewn before…but am so thrilled with the sewing she has done so far…
    The dresses she posted on our blog were first she had ever sewn
    No small thanks to your tutorials…
    Thanks Jess…love your blog
    Will announce winners of the giveaway on our blog tomorrow…it is still open till midnight USA time…

  9. These are all so great! I love the polka dot sleeveless one!! These are all proof you do a fantastic job with your tutorials and that your readers are so talented!One day, I will work my way up to doing one of these!!

  10. those are just darling!!! I might have to make a couple! my girls love anything that twirls lately. the adult version is super super cute as well, wow!!! 🙂

  11. The first and last one are very pretty!

  12. How fun! That yellow dress at the top of the post is especially gorgeous.

  13. Oh! I love these dresses — the yellow one is really beautiful and perfect for summer!

  14. So excited to see my little Anna dress! Thanks for the great sew-a-long and all your amazing tutorials. I love how different all the dresses are. So cute!

  15. Oh, I am so happy to see my Anna dress in your blog. Jess you inspires us and are a great teacher.

    Now I’ll try to do it with no sleeves, it looks great! The other readers dresses and delicious.

    Thank you very much for your blog. I love it.


  16. Super cute!

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  18. I just finished this as an Easter dress for my almost 4 yr old daughter. Super cute. I used way too much material in the skirt but she thought it was super and twirly so it turned out all right! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  19. Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful dresses. I love the one with the flowers too. I have been making dresses for my little girl as well and still needs to sew three more, or so. hahahaha.. 🙂

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