Erin maternity skirt pattern

$18.00 AUD

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The essential skirt for the maternity wardrobe. Pattern features close fit, ruched side seams, high waistline and full stomach coverage.

Version 1 is knee length, Version 2 is midi length and Versions 3 has a ruffle hem.

Skill: 1/5

Sizing: XS-XL (each pattern includes all sizes)

PDF pattern details

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Your PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet / 8 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern / 18 pages
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 1 page

Please note that not all files need to be printed, only the ones that correspond to your chosen printing method.

Printed pattern details

Currently out of print.

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Anne b.
Easy sew great fit

This skirt was very easy to put together. Made the skirt for my DIL -said The fit is great and most importantly it is comfy!

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Enrica Crivello
Quick and easy make

I love the pattern, the hardest thing for me was to find a knit with enough stretch and recovery – went for a “punto Milano” and worked great. My advice is to size it up! I am now 34 weeks pregnant and this skirt is practically all I am wearing :)

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Rebecca L
Easy sew, satisfying

The Erin skirt is the perfect maternity sew. Straightforward, simple, and looks good. I chose to make this skirt instead of buying a similar style and I’m glad I did! So satisfying and not too complicated when you’re pregnant and tired. :)

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Melissa Miller
Cute base pattern

I purchased this pattern to make a matching set during pregnancy. The fabric I used had a higher stretch percentage than recommended so I felt pretty confident that my 32 week bump would be able to hang out in it for a while. After sewing up the skirt, it's a little tighter than I would have liked (even with the stretchier fabric). I'll be making another one that's a size up and I'll also be lining it this time. Overall it's a good purchase but maybe give yourself an extra half inch on top of your actual measurements to make sure it fits comfortably. (This could also be because I'm carrying my baby VERY high which is throwing off the measurements? idk)

K
Kerry Hullett
Fabric issues

Had some difficulties deciding which PDF to print. Whilst the pattern was easy to follow I had some issues with the fabric choice. It really needed to have a lot of stretch in it in order to allow the wearer to move comfortable. Unfortunately anything that stretchy tends to be rather light for a skirt

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
50%
(3)
50%
(3)
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(0)
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(0)
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Anne b.
Easy sew great fit

This skirt was very easy to put together. Made the skirt for my DIL -said The fit is great and most importantly it is comfy!

E
Enrica Crivello
Quick and easy make

I love the pattern, the hardest thing for me was to find a knit with enough stretch and recovery – went for a “punto Milano” and worked great. My advice is to size it up! I am now 34 weeks pregnant and this skirt is practically all I am wearing :)

R
Rebecca L
Easy sew, satisfying

The Erin skirt is the perfect maternity sew. Straightforward, simple, and looks good. I chose to make this skirt instead of buying a similar style and I’m glad I did! So satisfying and not too complicated when you’re pregnant and tired. :)

M
Melissa Miller
Cute base pattern

I purchased this pattern to make a matching set during pregnancy. The fabric I used had a higher stretch percentage than recommended so I felt pretty confident that my 32 week bump would be able to hang out in it for a while. After sewing up the skirt, it's a little tighter than I would have liked (even with the stretchier fabric). I'll be making another one that's a size up and I'll also be lining it this time. Overall it's a good purchase but maybe give yourself an extra half inch on top of your actual measurements to make sure it fits comfortably. (This could also be because I'm carrying my baby VERY high which is throwing off the measurements? idk)

K
Kerry Hullett
Fabric issues

Had some difficulties deciding which PDF to print. Whilst the pattern was easy to follow I had some issues with the fabric choice. It really needed to have a lot of stretch in it in order to allow the wearer to move comfortable. Unfortunately anything that stretchy tends to be rather light for a skirt

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