Sylva top and tunic

Another test for Sofilantjes patterns!  I like her style of clothes for kids, since they are on trend and comfy.  I still have a few more sizes she can wear in these before she graduates out of them.  They go up to a size 14, and right now she is a 10W and 13L.

Sylva Top and Tunic by Sofilantjes

 

I tested the short-sleeved tunic with the v-neck on the front and back.  This is an interesting design feature.  When I get some more time, I have plans to make the top out of some fun fabric that I have waiting.

There are also options for a piece long sleeve, a placket front and a hood.  It is a pretty versatile pattern!

This is the 10W and 13L.  She was in between sizes for length, so I went with the longer side.  She is growing.  She’s actually wearing my size 8 shoes now, so poor thing is going to have some big feet if she doesn’t stop soon!

This is about the last of this fabric.  I made her a dress out of it a few years ago.

Okay, several years ago…

I modified it, so it fit her longer, but she still doesn’t wear dresses much at all.  Tunics are her thing these days.

This color is so pretty on her, too.

We took these out in our lovely brown backyard.  It was a dismal year for snow, so we are crossing our fingers for an early spring!

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One last picture of someone overacting for the camera. 😉  I had made her SO MUCH clothes in the last few weeks that she was losing patience with getting pictures.  First world problems for this kid…geez!


I am going to start on summer sewing for her now.  She has PLENTY of winter stuff to wear at this point, and she mostly needs bottoms.

My main plan is summer skorts, since she seems to like the ones I made her in the past.  I will probably use the base from the volleyball shorts I made for her.  I sewed up 4 new pairs for her before the season started.  Love being able to sew them up for much cheaper than I could buy them (they go for $20-$35 each)!

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