Poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF)-based composites attract tremendous attention as dielectric materials. However, their development has been limited due to the raised problem in the in-homogeneous polymer composites. In this work, a novel PVDF-based film incorporated with polyamide-1, containing the highest density of dipole among all polyamides, was prepared to improve the crystallization behaviors and dielectric properties. The results showed that the optimal concentration of polyamide-1 in PVDF was 6 wt.%. The crystallization rate of PVDF was improved in the presence of polyamide-1. Interestingly, the polyamide-1 was conductive to the formation of β form crystal of PVDF, which exhibited great electric performance. The dielectric constant of PVDF increased sharply and loss tangent still kept at a low level of [email protected] Hz when the concentration of polyamide-1 was 6 wt.%. This work may provide a new direction to design dielectric materials for PVDF blends.