Waterfall Raglan - made by Pins & Pinot - on Maternity Sewing

Maternity Style: Waterfall Raglan Top & Dress

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Specs: Pattern: Waterfall Raglan by Chalk & Notch View A with long sleeves – Size 4 Adjustments: None Fabric: Sweater Knit Pictured at 37 weeks pregnant I’m so excited to be guest blogging for MaternitySewing.com today! I am so very near to the end of my pregnancy at this point, but I am thrilled that this resource exists and know …

Annika of Naeh-Connection talks about the German sewing community: Podcast Episode 13

Introduction to the German Sewing Community with Annika Ferk: Podcast Episode 13

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In episode 13 of the Maternity Sewing Podcast, Lisa chats with Annika Ferk of Nähconnection about the German Sewing Community. They talk about preferences in design, fabric choice, how they find each other, and how a designer can get into this market. Podcast Player: Show Notes: You can find Maternity Sewing at MaternitySewing.com. Keep in touch with us by following …

Infinity Dress Sewalong 7: Bandeau Top

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In the final part of the Infinity Dress Sewalong, we’ll sew the bandeau top. Gather your front and back bandeau top pieces, coordinating thread, pins, scissors, and of course sewing machine. A serger is optional. We’re using a contrast thread throughout this Infinity Dress Sewalong for visibility purposes, but we advise you to use coordinating thread for your dress. We’ll …

Infinity Dress Sewalong 6: Skirt

Infinity Dress Sewalong 6: Skirt

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In part 6 of the Infinity Dress Sewalong, we’ll assemble the skirt and attach it to the straps and waistband. Gather your skirt and and waistband & strap pieces, coordinating thread, pins, scissors, and of course sewing machine. A serger is optional. We’re using a contrast thread throughout this Infinity Dress Sewalong for visibility purposes, but we advise you to …

Infinity Dress Sewalong 5: Waistband

Infinity Dress Sewalong 5: Waistband

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In part 5 of the Infinity Dress Sewalong, we’ll assemble the waistband and attach the straps. Gather your pleated straps, front and back waistband and waistband lining pieces, coordinating thread, pins, scissors, and of course sewing machine. A serger is optional. We’re using a contrast thread throughout this Infinity Dress Sewalong for visibility purposes, but we advise you to use …

Infinity Dress Sewalong 4: Straps

Infinity Dress Sewalong 4: Straps

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In part 4 of the Infinity Dress Sewalong, we’ll start sewing! Gather your cut out pattern pieces, fabric marker, coordinating thread, pins, scissors, and of course sewing machine. A serger is optional. We’re using a contrast thread throughout this Infinity Dress Sewalong for visibility purposes, but we advise you to use coordinating thread for your dress. We’ll walk you through …

Infinity Dress Sewalong 2: Size Selection & Fitting

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In the 2nd part of the Infinity Dress Sewalong, we’ll talk about size selection and fit for your Infinity Dress. You can find the whole sewalong here. Size Selection: The only fitted part of this dress is the waistband. It sits at the underbust in front and natural waist in the back (more on that below) so we’ll use our …

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Infinity Dress Sewalong 1: Fabric and Supplies

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Welcome to the Knit Infinity Dress Sewalong! In this series of posts we’ll walk you through all the steps necessary to make yourself a gorgeous Infinity Dress. In part 1 of the Infinity Dress Sewalong we’ll talk about fabric selection and what other supplies and notions you need. See all the sewalong posts. Buy a copy of the pattern. Fabrics …

Erin & Lisa of Maternity Sewing in their Knit Infinity Dresses

Introducing the Knit Infinity Dress Pattern

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Infinity dresses are named for the infinite ways they can be worn, thanks to the innumerable ways you can wrap the straps to make the bodice uniquely yours. Our Infinity Dress Sewing Pattern is a deluxe version featuring: a pleated front to accommodate A-F cups shaped straps to minimize bulk when wrapping a waistband that provides stability and waist definition …