You'll need 2 yards of 60 inch wide KNIT fabric. The fabric should have lots of stretch. All seam allowances are 1/4".
It's pretty straight forward. Two skirt pieces, two non-cowl bodice pieces and one cowl bodice piece. Make sure the cowl piece is cut on the bias!
Once you have your pieces cut out, sew with a stretch stitch up the sides of the skirt.understitch the neckline.
My cowl piece was about an inch longer than my bodice piece. This is because the cowl piece was cut on the bias and stretches as you handle it. You can stretch your bodice piece to fit the cowl piece if you'd like or cut it off like I did.
To finish the sleeves, I just rounded my edge a little and left it unfinished. I tried a couple different hems but it made it so the fabric didn't drape well. You can finish the sleeves how you like.
double needle. You can finish your hem however you'd like, even no hem to match your sleeves.
The finished circumference from just under the arm to the hem is 36" plus the stretch in the fabric. I used the same width as this shirt so it does fit a non-pregnant body. I'm planning on belting my dress at my natural waist after the baby comes.