The “Nesting” Dress

P1080991 size
Fabric: Green knit from stash, polka dot knit from Jackman Fabrics $8?
Pattern: Self-drafted
Notions: Elastic for the waist and shoulders $2
Time to complete: A slow-poke around 5-6 hours.
First worn: To work Wednesday
Wear again? Yeah
Total price: $10?

Welp, there’s no mistaking it anymore. I’m rocking a full on baby bump these days.
P1080993 copy
I made this dress with the growing belly and future need to nurse in mind. I winged the pattern drafting and the bodice is a bit too saggy in places unfortunately. I think it might be bad elastic sewing. I’m not fussed enough to fix it.
P1080997 copy
Polka-dots seems to be the pattern of my pregnancy. Off the top of my head I have at least 6 preg-friendly tops or dresses in dots.
P1080998 copy

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About EBS

Museum curator, nerd, chronic watcher of TV show marathons, married to a soccer hooligan, vegetarian, obsessive sewer.
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2 Responses to The “Nesting” Dress

  1. Holy moley…I drop off the face of the planet for a few months and then I come back to see THIS!!! CONGRATULAIONS!!!!! How exciting!!!

    • EBS says:

      Thank you so much! I just read all you’ve had to deal with the past few months. Following your posts on Instagram I didn’t know it was so complicated! I’m so glad there’s light at the end of the tunnel for you finally. <3

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