Floreat dress & top - Maternity pattern

$32.00 AUD

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Floreat is an asymmetrical dress or blouse that can be made from knit or woven fabrics. The pattern features clean lines, woven and knit facing options, inseam pockets as well as multiple sleeve and hem lengths.

View A is a dress with long sleeves and waist ties. View B is a blouse with long sleeves. View C is a cropped blouse with short sleeves. View D is a sleeveless dress or blouse.

Skill: 2/5

Sizing: 0-20 (print or digital PDF). See our sizing chart here.

Looking for Curve maternity sizes 14-30? Click here.

PDF pattern details

After purchase your pattern will be available immediately in your online account, and via a unique URL emailed to you. Ensure that you save your pattern to your computer before printing to save it for future use. PDF patterns cannot be opened on phones or tablets.

Size 0-20 PDF pattern purchase includes the following files:

  • Digital Instruction Booklet US letter size / 13 pages
  • Digital Instruction Booklet A4 size / 13 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern US letter size / 72 pages
  • Print at Home Pattern A4 size / 72 pages
  • US Copy shop 36x48" / 3 pages
  • A0 Copy Shop Pattern / 4 pages

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

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Patricia North
One of my favourites

I’ll have to confess that when the Floreat first came out it was not love at first sight. For me I just wasn’t sure about the asymmetrical hem. It came out alongside the Wattle, Dawn & Jarrah and a stockist in the U.K where I live had an offer on if all four patterns were bought so basically that’s how the Floreat came into my collection. It’s funny how things work out isn’t it because I’m still to make the Dawn and the Wattle even though I keep meaning to but the Jarrah and Floreat have been made more than once. There’s a lot of versatility with the Floreat and I’m naughty in that I haven’t tried all the many possibilities but have steadfastly stuck with a version I adore. It’s with the bonus knit instructions and I traced round the pattern so I could use the other styles at a different time. Trouble is I got a little distracted and unbeknown to me I traced the back of the blouse and the front of the cropped blouse, sewed merrily away then got thoroughly confused when the sides didn’t match up. I decided to continue with the top anyway and just sewed the hem with a longer back than front because I thought it would cover any bulges around my waistline, Result! It worked for me. Anyway, although my version is not strictly a traditional Floreat I love wearing it. So much so that I made two others with the accidental stepped/longer back too. I need more of these in my wardrobe, they’re on my To Do list. The instructions are as usual easy to follow and the drape from the excellent drafting on this pattern makes this top so comfortable to wear it’s become my most worn top. Nicer than an ordinary tee shirt and with a bit of flair it’s the perfect top for me. The sizing is great, not too big on my shoulders. Can you tell I live in these? I use an overlocker and a sewing machine. The fine jersey used for all three of these tops proved too much of a challenge to use a twin needle without tunnelling so I used a zig-zag and was pleased with the patterning. I’ve tried to show the accidental stepped hem but my photography skills need a lot of work!

L
Lialee
Great pattern

Fits well and easy to follow

M
Mikaela Flodin
Sleeveless dress

Nice pattern and good In size. I’ve changed to an ordinary symmetrical hem.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
33%
(1)
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
Patricia North
One of my favourites

I’ll have to confess that when the Floreat first came out it was not love at first sight. For me I just wasn’t sure about the asymmetrical hem. It came out alongside the Wattle, Dawn & Jarrah and a stockist in the U.K where I live had an offer on if all four patterns were bought so basically that’s how the Floreat came into my collection. It’s funny how things work out isn’t it because I’m still to make the Dawn and the Wattle even though I keep meaning to but the Jarrah and Floreat have been made more than once. There’s a lot of versatility with the Floreat and I’m naughty in that I haven’t tried all the many possibilities but have steadfastly stuck with a version I adore. It’s with the bonus knit instructions and I traced round the pattern so I could use the other styles at a different time. Trouble is I got a little distracted and unbeknown to me I traced the back of the blouse and the front of the cropped blouse, sewed merrily away then got thoroughly confused when the sides didn’t match up. I decided to continue with the top anyway and just sewed the hem with a longer back than front because I thought it would cover any bulges around my waistline, Result! It worked for me. Anyway, although my version is not strictly a traditional Floreat I love wearing it. So much so that I made two others with the accidental stepped/longer back too. I need more of these in my wardrobe, they’re on my To Do list. The instructions are as usual easy to follow and the drape from the excellent drafting on this pattern makes this top so comfortable to wear it’s become my most worn top. Nicer than an ordinary tee shirt and with a bit of flair it’s the perfect top for me. The sizing is great, not too big on my shoulders. Can you tell I live in these? I use an overlocker and a sewing machine. The fine jersey used for all three of these tops proved too much of a challenge to use a twin needle without tunnelling so I used a zig-zag and was pleased with the patterning. I’ve tried to show the accidental stepped hem but my photography skills need a lot of work!

L
Lialee
Great pattern

Fits well and easy to follow

M
Mikaela Flodin
Sleeveless dress

Nice pattern and good In size. I’ve changed to an ordinary symmetrical hem.

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