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Another Sylva in the Sofilantjes family

Remember the lovely neckline on this Sylva top for our eldest? And this cute Sylva onesie for our youngest? Now there is a baby Sylva Top and Tunic* by Sofilantjes! The only Sylva I am still waiting for is a Women’s Sylva 😉.

Baby Sylva top by Sofilantjes

I love the Sylva line of Sofilantjes because they are perfect for colour blocking. You can use different colours for each sleeve, like I did with the Sylva top for our eldest and the Sylva onesie. You can also just use a different top and bottom part of the shirt. Just like the Sylva top and tunic the long sleeve of the baby sylva top and tunic has another colour block at the bottom.

What makes the Sylva original is the neckline, which is great for daddies as the front and the back are the same (if you use the same fabrics of course). The baby Sylva has the options of short and long sleeves and can be made in top length, which I did, and tunic length. The baby Sylva comes in sizes NB (50 cm) to 86 cm (length of the child). If you need size 80 (length of the kid) or bigger you can buy the regular Sylva Top and Tunic.


Fabric: both the cat fabric and stripe fabric were small piece that were gifted to me by her.
Pattern: Baby Sylva top and Tunic (size NB – 86) (Nederlands patroon)
Sylva top and tunic (size 80 -164) (Nederlands patroon)
Sylva onesie (size NB – 86) (Nederlands patroon)

Fabric this week: 0 in – 2 out (Total fabric in 2019: bought 0 – used 0 fabric – used 2 gifted fabric – used 0 scrap pieces of fabric) – in total 0 in 2 out

Patterns in 2019: bought 1 of which I sewed 0
* Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click on the link and purchase an item, I will receive an affiliate commission, the price for you will be the same. Thank you for supporting my fabric and pattern addiction!

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