I'd planned to join in the Kid's Clothes Week Challenge this week, but didn't end up doing any child-sewing apart from hemming Ali's ridiculously long pyjamas. Instead I sewed for me. I'm aiming for things that are suitable for the last couple of weeks of pregnancy, and also for feeding over summer. This top is view A of Vogue 8495 - I made size 12 based on the bust measurement, but it's pretty loose under the arms so next time I'll cut out a 10. The only variation I made from the pattern directions was to make my own bias tape to finish the armholes, as it seemed silly to use the bought stuff, especially when I love the look of diagonally striped bias finishes.
I like the pattern though - it's easy to put together, nicely finished with facings, and very comfortable to wear. It accommodates a 37-week-bump, but I think it will look better when my waist (hopefully) reports for duty again in a month or so. This version's in a grey and white seersucker from Tessuti, and I already have a couple more planned.