1. Cowl Neck Dress
Notes: to make in turquoise knit.
2. Mock-Wrap Dresses
Pattern to adapt:
Alterations: raise waistline
Note: make shorter hem to compensate for flat-heeled shoes.
One in a solid colour (antique mauve or black), one in a print (purple/black/white knit).
1. Twist Top
Notes:Make a sleeveless version, in deep purple knit; make a 3/4-sleeved version with lengthened hem to account for bigger belly in later autumn/winter.
2. Criss-cross top
Notes: Long-sleeved version, with lengthened hem to account for bigger belly in later autumn/winter.
In pink knit.
Notes: Time allowing, make one sleeveless for early autumn (white cotton jersey); make another with long sleeves, and lengthened hem, to account for bigger belly in later autumn/winter.
4. Wrap Top
Megan Nielsen’s Wrap Maternity Top
Notes: should have enough red fabric for this.
Manteau trois-quart from French book Les Intemporels pour Futures Mamans
OR/AND (depending on time/state/fabric availability):
Manteau ceinturé from French book Les Intemporels pour Futures Mamans
Note: second coat shouldn’t take too long to make; useful for early winter. First coat for colder season.
Vitamin D by Heidi Kirrmaier (Pipibird). In a denimy blue.
Idlewood by Cecily Glowik MacDonald. Knit longer, as a dress.
(Time allowing… not holding my breath on this one, as there is so much I want to knit for the baby!)
1. Zipped cover for support/nursing pillow
2. Slippers (to knit and felt, or to sew – I lean towards knitted and felted).