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sizes: Size B through size K
(please view our measurement chart)
Full bust of 31.5" - 45.75".
Are you looking for a fast and easy top to transition throughout your pregnancy? Then the Bun in the Oven Maternity Shirt is perfect for you. You can create a stylish and trendy top in less than an hour!
The comfortable fit, the multiple neck lines, and 3 sleeve lengths offer many variations. Pregnancy is 40 weeks, make a top for every season. You’ll feel beautiful, and no one will believe you sewed up such a pretty shirt in about an hour.
By using a variety of fabrics, you can have lots of different looks from just one pattern! It is comfy and cute and easy to dress up or down.
We’ve included a whole chapter dedicated to the wide variety of fabrics you can use for this shirt, and how it changes the look when worn. The sky is the limit.
This pattern is aimed at and suitable for beginner seamstresses. Basic sewing skills are all you need to create a professional-looking shirt. You don't need a serger for this pattern.
This pdf pattern contains layers. PDF Layers allow you to turn on and off pattern pieces, grouped per size. This way, you can choose to print one or more sizes you want to print, instead of having to print them all by default.
This is a DIGITAL file that you print at home, not a finished item or a paper pattern. All seam allowances are already added. This pattern is for personal use only and may not be shared or forwarded with anyone else.
Diane: "This pattern was a very easy sew with great step by step instructions. I love all the additional information given to help you get the perfect fit."
Lacy: "Very simple and easy to follow for beginners. I love that you can customize the sizing and fabric to create a variety of different looks! It is also so comfy and cute, so perfect for the growing baby bump!"
Mandy: "This top pattern is trendy, fast, and so versatile. You can use so many great fabrics to get a new look every time you sew it. I also love that I don’t have to print anything if I don't want to! Definitely my kind of pattern especially when the third trimester fatigue sets in. "