This amazing lace maternity dress is made in luxurious cotton lace and fully lined in ultra-soft stretch viscose, which is soft and gentle against sensitive skin. Seraphine "Jo Knot Front" maternity evening gown, the Everly Grey "Jill" Maxi maternity formal dresses available in multiple colors, and "Jill Sleeveless" Maxi maternity evening gowns, and finally the Olian "Cary Halter" maternity formal dresses. Fold under enclosing the interfacing and stitch with a straight stitch or a double needle. Peace and love to all of you on your beautiful journey! Jumpsuits have long been a favourite among the fashion set and this wide-legged one makes the style easily accessible for petite women.
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With RST, pin bodice front to skirt front panel, beginning on outside edges—pin toward center until you reach basting rows on each side there will be a longer length of fabric for skirt between pins. Pull basting thread until the skirt fits the front bodice. Baste and then sew.
Hem and attach sleeves: Fold under enclosing the interfacing and stitch with a straight stitch or a double needle. Also use a slightly longer stitch. Pin sleeves to sleeve opening, matching center point of sleeve to shoulder seam and pin well.
Baste and then stitch. Sew twist bands RST at sides using overlock stitch and scant seam allowance allowing the needle to go off the right edge of the fabric. Flip right sides out and press if needed. Place the two twist bands one on top of another in an X. Take the ends of one band and pin together while you work with other. They should reach your side seams comfortably and without slack, but not tightly.
With the bands intertwined, place the right twist band on the right bodice side, arranging the two ends so they meet directly over the seam between the bodice and skirt. The panel ends should be placed flat, touching edge-to-edge, without any gathering. Also, the band should be folded on itself through the loop of the other band, so that the top end shows one side of the band, and the bottom end shows the other.
Pin and then zigzag in place. Remove pins from other twist band and repeat on the other side. Double check fit of bands across the ribcage again by draping the front dress across yourself.
RST, pin front dress to back dress, matching underarm and bodice seams. Carefully avoid stretching the fabric at all to avoid uneven distribution and puckering. I find that a slight zig zag works best on side seams if using a sewing machine.
Check over all fit, and adjust if needed. Thank you so much to Miriam for this literally amazing tutorial. I can see this dress working perfectly as a nursing dress too, and even beyond that. This is the most beautiful maternity dress ever! It made me bump my head at the wall, honestly: I love how Miriam took that Anthropologie overpriced top and made it into a dress!
Hands down the best handmade OR store purchased maternity dress I have ever seen!! I cannot wait to make this. Thank you so much for sharing this very generous tutorial and pattern!
Hi, looking forward to trying this, but have I missed the measurements for the skirt pieces? Sorry Tahnee, they accidentally got left out! The tutorial has been updated with the skirt measurements! I have a sneaky feeling you can watch both programmes on the BBC iPlayer.
So everyone can then watch it wherever you are in the world. I have seen a few clips of it already. The BBC seem to be quite eager to advertise it, in that they are showing it on their main channels.
I found some fabric and am getting ready to cut it out! Did I miss it? Yes please…what are the measurements for the skirt pieces? Thanks for the tunic measurements. Prewashing my knits as we speak. It was so cute and fit like a dream. Thank you for posting this wonderful pattern! And thanks to Miriam for coming up with it!
Seriously, anyone with even a basic sewing knowledge could do this and the results are fantastic! Thanks for adding this Meg, Jen. I finished making this dress in one day. Thanks for sharing such a great pattern. The elegant designs always look amazing on the Duchess of Cambridge, especially this sparkly light blue creation.
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If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. For a trip to the Kensington Aldridge Academy, the Duchess donned a soft blue cashmere blend wool coat over a draped floral maternity frock both by Seraphine. For an outing in London, Kate highlighted her pregnant figure in a chocolate brown Hobbs silk jacquard shirt dress that featured an embossed animal print and belted bow tied around her waist.
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