Snappy Toddler Top for Saya

Have you ever tried the Snappy Toddler Top pattern from Prudent Baby?  I highly recommend it.  It’s free!  And so cute.  I made one for Yuki awhile back and it’s been one of our favorite tops for a long time.  Unfortunately, this is the only picture I could find of her in it!

Haha!

Anyways, I made this other one for Hideko’s cousin’s baby, Saya, who is about to turn one next month.  It’s a really simple pattern that produces a very cute top – what more could you ask for!?

I like it as a tunic or a top, but if you add a little extra length to it, it can easily be made into a dress!

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I’m also going to try make this top for Yuki’s cousins, who are 7 and 9, so we’ll see if the pattern can be converted to larger sizes.

Anyways, if you’re looking for a quick top to make for your little one or a nice present for someone else, this may be the perfect pattern for you.  Try it out!

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14 thoughts on “Snappy Toddler Top for Saya

  1. I sized it down and made a bunch of these as crib gowns for my summer baby. Now that Prudent Baby just linked these ADORABLE editions from you, I’m super motivated to make more. Love your version, and can’t wait to prowl through the rest of your blog!

  2. I’ve noticed that you have your own labels, which are very cute! I was wondering if you would share with me where you have them made if it is online. Thank you!

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  4. I’d love any info you have on converting this to a larger size
    my daughter is already 15 months and I wanted to make these for next summer

    • That’s a great question! I wonder if you could find out more from the Prudent Baby ladies who made the pattern. But I think if you kept the shape the same and just increased the size in all directions, it should work. Measure her chest and make sure the pattern would fit across her chest plus seam allowance. Adjust the length to whatever length you want the top/dress to be and then slightly lengthen and widen the collar pieces. I’d probably play around with some scrap pieces of fabric first to get the size right. Hope that helps!

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