Elise's Everyday Princess Dress Sizes 6/12m to 15/16 Kids and Dolls PDF Pattern

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Your daughter and boutique customers will be jumping for joy over this dress! Let your imagination soar with this princess-inspired dress! Perfect for dress up, trips to Disney, theatre costumes, and more - you will love this pattern! So many princess-inspired looks can come from this dress! Just check out our tester photos!! The sky is the limit, now lets see what YOU can do with it!! 
Ideal fabric choices: 2-way stretch thin or sheer knit for the bodice, woven or satin for the princess bodice and skirt! Cape can be made of your choice of lightweight material.


Difficulty Rating: Intermediate

 *Fabric Requirement Chart shown as last image*


Here is what you receive:

  • Measurements for sizes 6/12 mos. to 8  and 7/8 to 15/16 kids.
  • FREE GIFT with purchase! Size 15" and 18" doll size!
  • A 34-page and a 43-page instant download pattern with thorough, uncomplicated step-by-step instructions accompanied by color photos that allow you to follow along with ease from start to finish.
  • Computer drawn pattern pieces you can print over and over again; no more patterns that rip or tear! 
 Please note that PDF patterns differ from traditional sewing patterns, and not all PDF designers have the same style. We prefer to give measurements for simple rectangles instead of rectangular pattern pieces to save your time, paper, ink, and tape. You will only receive pattern pieces for curved portions of the garment, and you will follow the cutting chart for the remaining pieces. 
If you would like to see an example of our style and try it for free, please download our free sample pattern HERE.
15" Dolls
18" Dolls
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  • 5
    fun dress up pattern!

    Posted by Lori Smith on 4th Nov 2015

    We are currently making our 4th version of this dress! My daughter has completely worn hers out because she loves it so much. The only part that was difficult for me was the optional neck binding. I found it best to use fold over elastic, cut just slightly shorter than the neckline.

  • 5
    "your the best mom!"

    Posted by Dana Jackson Creel on 3rd Nov 2015

    "Your the best mom!" Is what my daughter squealed when I made a Maleficent costume out of Elise! It calls for shirring but I used the CKC tutorial for faux shirring and all was good.

  • 5

    Posted by Sierra Hocklander on 3rd Nov 2015

    This was the perfect dress for Halloween! It fit my daughter great! Love this pattern!

  • 4
    cute dress!

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Oct 2015

    This was my first CKC pattern. I struggled with identifying how much fabric I actually needed & ended up with too much of the knit because I misread the directions. Instructions were straightforward. First time shifting & it came out great! Only struggle was sewing the knit bias on the knit top. Mine ended up stretching out.

  • 5
    Great pattern

    Posted by Leslie Metcalf Gilbertson on 2nd Jun 2015

    Thus pattern is great, my daughter loved being a princess for her birthday! If you are looking for a princess dress this pattern is worth every penny!

  • 5
    Don't let this gem of a pattern go! It's Magical!

    Posted by Kimberly Phillips on 1st Jun 2015

    I've sewn several of these amazing dresses for my daughter and friends' little girls. Love all love it and it's definitely a hit! Thanks for making so many little girls happy with such an awesome pattern/dress.

  • 5
    This dress is beautiful!

    Posted by Aprile Massie on 18th Mar 2015

    I was so impressed with how gorgeous this dress is when completed. It has held up so well also. I made it for my daughter for Halloween, and now 5 months later she is still wearing it regularly for dress up. Pattern was easy to follow!

  • 5
    Perfect princess dress

    Posted by Shannon Buckbee on 18th Mar 2015

    I've made so many of these. They go together quickly and can be made for just about any princess! You won't regret buying this.

  • 5
    Easier than I thought

    Posted by Paula Barron on 30th Jan 2015

    I was really reluctant to do this one because of the sheer part of the bodice and the shirring on the back. I struggled a little with shirring but only because my machine didn't like the elastic thread. Every princess needs this one!