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    • Tori

      Thank you Skyler! The weight of the fabric is so great because it’s so soft, thick enough that it’s not see-through, but thin enough that it’s not hot to wear. I just noticed that the pattern has two different neckline finishes, so next time I’ll try it with interfacing!

  1. Helen WHite

    Adorable dress and love the sleeves, but the whole time, I was looking for snakes, since you are either in Utah, N>M> or Ariz. or possibly CA, I am not expecting a baay, had a daughter in 1973, my only child, however, I love to wear western themed chinbelts and this would be perfest. Also thanks for your tutes.

    Hugs,

    Helen

  2. Beautiful dress! My Inari is on its way – seeing yours I can hardly wait! Your (I think?) is the first one I’ve seen in a Ponte knit and it hangs so nicely around your body. It will be nice and comfortable throughout your term 🙂

    • Tori

      Thank you Kathleen! The ponte knit is the perfect weight and drapes so nicely. I would love to see yours when it’s finished! 🙂

  3. Kristýna

    Hi Tori, you look amazing in these dress! I would like to sew them for my pregnant friend. She has size 36 (EU) non-pregnant, I measured her now (she is now 6 months pregnant) and I am not sure, what size should I sew for her 🙂 When I measured her now (6 months pregnant), she should have size 40. Should I sew size 36 or 40? Or even bigger? Could you please advise? Thank you so much!

    • Tori

      Hi Kristyna! Thank you! The dress is very roomy, but if you are worried about room you could do a size 36 and grade out to a size 40 after the bust. I would also add a little bit of length depending on how tall she is because usually a pregnant belly makes things shorter in front. I hope that helps! 🙂

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