+ Make your own maternity wardrobe with these 30+ DIYs (new post almost daily)

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I realized a few weeks ago that the majority of my maternity wardrobe was made by me…purely because I’m not a fan of buying a ton of maternity clothing (expensive!) and I know exactly what I want and exactly how it will fit. Over the last few weeks I’ve been adding, refashioning, and altering my maternity wardrobe because, well, I need more maternity clothes, and I thought it would be perfect to share.

I made sure that these tutorials were very easy and basic maxing at a 30minutes to 2 hours. We don’t want anything complicated here! We only have a good 6 or so months to show off the bump.

So, almost everyday for 3 or 4 weeks I will be posting another tutorial of a maternity wardrobe staple you might want to add to your maternity wardrobe. Some will be familiar, because you have indeed seen them before, but a lot will be new. Stay tuned! I’m so excited. 

Yay! Your very own, handmade maternity wardrobe! Made by you! Lets do this.

Comments

  1. Jessica says:

    This has come at perfect timing! (in my first trimester!)
    Once the exhaustion has passed, I can set a game plan of wardrobe making!
    Thank you! And congrats on your baby girl to come!

  2. Can’t wait, I’m 4 months pregnant and bored by prices and styles…
    Thanks

  3. GREAT!!! I love your recent maternity tutorials. So I’m a bit sad of not being pregnant 😉

  4. Perfect Timing! I made myself a few shift dresses in my first trimester, but still could use a few new basics. Looking forward to your tutorials!

  5. Nice post! Love your outfits!

    http://www.MARTASFASHIONDIARY.com/

  6. I’m so excited about this! I am 22 weeks pregnant and seriously starting to feel like I have nothing to wear!

  7. Hello from Spain! I am 12 weeks pregnant and i love your DIY.
    Thanks!

  8. Hi Liz!
    I really like your (maternity) style and I’m happy that I am only just in my 3rd trimester, so I can still get some tipps and tricks from you. :)
    Thank you & greetings from Switzerland!

  9. I wish this series had happened 6 months ago, because I’m at the point where I need to start thinking more about nursing than maternity in my sewing! But I’ll definitely follow along, because if a second baby happens in the future, I don’t want to feel like I’m barely scraping by on clothes like I have this time.

  10. You are awesome for doing this! Just started 3rd trimester and look much bigger than you already but I love your style and the things you come up with to help make the bump look its best!

  11. This is exciting!! I would wear everyone of those. Almost makes me want another baby so I can actually look cute this time around. For my first pregnancies I refused to by any maternity clothing and ended up in leggings the whole time. Can’t wait to see the upcoming posts.

  12. I love this! Can’t wait to see all the tutorials. Love your style.

  13. Not gonna lie… This kinda makes me wish I were pregnant so I didn’t have to think of a realistic excuse to follow your tutorials anyways.

  14. Melissa says:

    Perfect timing for me too! I am almost 18 weeks and my clothes seem to be shrinking! :)

  15. Evelyn Rivera says:

    Eres una mujer increible! Super bella y feminina! Gracias por tus tutoriales, son geniales! Estas ideas me ayudan mucho ya que estoy embarazada.
    Te sigo desde Argentina.
    Besos :)

  16. Yes! Perfect timing for me too!

  17. You should totally do a round up with links to your older maternity stuff at the end. I love these – they’re such pretty pieces!

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  19. I’m past the age for pregnancy, but I’ve started trying to find patterns to fit my “odd” mature shape…and research leads me to believe that maternity patterns may be the best answer. So, here I am (and so glad to find stylish diys!)….

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  21. Hiiii,
    Do you have the DIY for the blue wrapped dress? I am desperate for it but I can’t find it anywhere in your website :(