Dinsey Princess Upcycled Sheet Dress | Butterick B6167

Things Used

  • A Disney Princess single duvet and pillowcase
  • Butterick B6167
  • Matching 14″ zip
  • Matching thread (Gutermann 158)
  • Interfacing
  • Bonning casing
  • Plastic boning
  • Sewing machine
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • Unpicker
  • Water soluble pen
  • Pins

Lately I’ve been looking online for old bed sheet sets as my local op shops have been failing me. I was so happy when I came across this Disney Princess print as I immediately knew a sewing pattern that would be perfect for it.

The “before”

That pattern was B6167 by Butterick. I had used it once before to make a Peter Rabbit duvet into a dress and found it quite simple to follow. Though that time I didn’t add any of the interfacing nor boning, something I made sure to do this time.

The “after”

It was a fairly quick project and took me roughly 4 hours from start to finish. I altered the skirt pattern a bit by making the panels wider as to accommodate the entire width of the duvet so none of the princess pattern would be wasted.

A fun thing I do when upcycling sheets and duvets, is I try to sew the original care tags in to the seam of the new garment.

If you’d like to purchase this dress, it’s available in my store

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Difficulty : *
Time : 4 hours
Cost : $

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