I was wondering if anyone has experience altering medical scrub tops for maternity.
I'm a nurse at a hospital with a pretty strict uniform policy, and I don't want to buy a ton of over-sized or maternity scrub tops.
I have several that are on the old/dingy side... wearable, but it wouldn't be awful to throw them away after baby comes. I was going to experiment with slitting them up the sides and adding some stretchy fabric in an inverted-V shape... any thoughts? I know the front will fall higher than the back, but I can't think of any way to fix that (aside from hemming the back).
Any advice or suggestions would be MUCH appreciated!
I think the inverted V is a good idea. What if you used an old top to get the Vs rather than a knit? Also, you could add length to the front by having a strip connecting the two Vs. Sorta like this: /\____/\
Best of luck!
SAHM to DS BuggaBoo 12/07, and DD Doozer 03/10. Sharing life with The Hubby since 01/05.
I did this:)
The link to the tutorials I used should be there.
I used a pair of my regular pants, and a large size top
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