Our Snappy Toddler Top Free pattern also works wonderfully as a Snappy Toddler Dress!
I used the pattern I printed out yesterday to make another version of the OG Snappy Toddler Top; a Snappy Toddler Dress! This time I went dress length and used contrasting fabric for the neck and the bias tape trim.
Get the Snappy Toddler Top (or dress) Pattern here and learn How to Make Bias Tape here. When you’re done, check out 25 Dress Tutorials for Babies & Toddlers (all free!).
I love your fabric choices! So cute!
Hi, when I have printed this out I can only get it as one A4 sheet. So I need to enlarge it on a photocopier but need a guide for correct size.
For the line which says place on fold, what length should it be?? Many thanks, Anna
What toddler doesn't LOVE midcentury chairs? Hendrix's first word was "Eames." Honestly I love it though.
that is darling! love the contrast of the fabrics.
I love this dress!
Darling! The fabrics are so charming.
I just love baby clothes in modern "adult" fabrics!
What a fun dress! The fabric is awesome! I like the snappy top as a dress.
What an adorable dress!
Gorgeous! Love the two prints together and how it makes the turquoise birdies pop!
I just used your pattern to make one of these yesterday for my little girl…so cute! Thank you for sharing!
I have also been adapting the shirt pattern into a dress. In fact, except for the first time, all others have been dress length. I love it!!!
You're killing me with the awesome bias tapes! I really don't need the maker, but I want one bad now 🙂 Love the chair fabric, too. Jealous.
I love this! Cute fabric choice!
I just adore this fabric and your color combinations. The dress is adorable, Best
awesome dress – but oilcloth?? whew – that stuff is awesome!
Damn- are you trying to get me to get knocked up again so I have a girl? Really adorable!
I love this pattern….my only problem is, will I make a top or a dress. Problem solved….I'll just have to make both. Thanks for the inspiration!!!
I love the way these bright little dresses look on my little girl in the summertime!
I may have to make this adorable piece even though I don't have a baby girl! Great for getting an early start on holiday gifts.
I so want a wee girl so I can make this for her! The fabrics are so cute!
Please, PLEASE tell me that your daughter is going to wear this to a "Mad Men" party on Sunday!!
love your patterns! any chance you'll be doing a tutorial on drafting your own patterns any time soon? I could really use some advice!
LOVE, Love, love that chair fabric. I need some. Such a cute dress pattern but my little girl is now a BIG girl :(.
I just bought a bias tape maker and have got to find time to try it out! How about you post directions for a snappy twenty-six-year-old dress?? That'd be great! I'd love it in this fabric…
loovee it… so cutee!!!
LOVE!!! I need to pull my machine out!!
Reason 1 million why I should just NOT sew… I love this dress so I finally decided to make it. This took a lot of courage as I'm terrified of making clothes. Everything was looking great so I sewed the front neck on and then the back, when I went to snap them together I realized that I sewed the back neck BACKWARDS!!!! Ok, now that I vented I better go pull out my seem ripper and hope it doesn't look too bad! 🙁
I cannot wait to make this dress! Now I need to go through my fabric stash and pick something. *Fingers crossed that I need to go fabric shopping*
How should i resize this to fit my daughter who wears size 3-6 mos?
Could you use satin? Normally I only use cotton, but I need to make my daughter a summer flower girl dress and this would be just adorable in the matching satin the ladies are wearing, and add hand made organza flowers to the neckline or make a sash out of a different color. All of your fantastic patterns have so many more uses, I LOVE them! Thank you!
OK, it's been a long time, but I'm going to share what I made. I didn't have bias tape so I used a small ribbon. I blogged about it. Check it out:
Love this dress! I can't wait to whip one up – well hopefully it will be "whipped up" 🙂 Very very cute!
o how I love– now to wait to see if this baby is girl or boy– only a few more days till DD– we shall seeee!! thank u!
i love this pattern… i made some dresses for my daughter and their babygirl-friends!!! so cute. THANK U!
your fabric is adorable – i wish i could get here in berlin
I love this dress and have some fab Day of the Dead fabric to make a cute Hallowe'en dress for my two and a half year old… BUT am I missing the tutorial for how to put it together somewhere? I'm not a great seamstress, so I need some help, please!
LOVE LOVE LOVE MOD baby style!
I’ve made this yesterday, my first project made from a pattern! Thank you so much for sharing, it looks darling. I very much appreciate the tutorials with printable patterns, they make life easy for a beginner sewer.
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Hello! Thank you for sharing this pattern! I write from Italy and so I apologize for my English. I tried to make the dress for my daughter who is 8 months old. I think it was wrong to download the format of the model because I had a little ‘small. However, I have given up and try again soon. Thank you so much, Katy.
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I always feel funny posting comments on posts from like, 2 years ago, but thank you for the pattern! I am soooo excited to make this for my baby girl! Looks perfect for summer! Thanks!
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Hey! Loved the tutorial and made this for my little girl… changed it up a bit and used two layers to make a blue and white sunday-and-visiting-grandma dress 😉 Thanks a bunch!
You can check it out on my Blog (just getting started) in case you’re interested to see what was made from your pattern 😀
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Just wanted to double check and make sure it’s okay to have this pinned on Pinterest! If it’s not, please let me know and I will remove it ASAP!
I LOVE this dress!
My first piece I made from Pinterest for my grand daughter.
Very, very nice!!
Thank you for the pattern!
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This is really darling! My granddaughter it too young this year, but she’ll by turning one the middle of next summer, so I will bookmark it until!
Hello! I love this model … I’ve made three … I find it cool as well as comfortable … thank you! here is the link http://cosedikaty.blogspot.it/2013/09/piccole-modelle-crescono.html
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I love the SNAPPY TODDLER DRESS. You have done a great job…. I have been looking for the pattern on your site and can’t find it. Is there any way you could send to me or tell me where I can find it. Thank you so much. Kay
here you go: http://prudentbaby.com/2010/05/baby-kid/snappy-toddler-top-free-downloadable-pattern-2/
I love this dress !
I loved this pattern. This was the first thing I made for my daughter, and it came out so nice!
I wanted to make another one for my niece who is a six 7, but when I print out the pattern without scaling it at an increased percentage, it only prints one page of the scaled up size. I can’t get the whole pattern printed, only one page of it. Has anyone dealt with this? Any solutions? Thanks in advance!
Hang in there until our book comes out, there might just be a sized pattern included 😉
Why would you put it on the website as a free pattern without fixing the printing issue. I was so excited to print this out and get started on it but it will only print one page and not the whole pattern.
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Like sooooo many others, I can’t tile the pattern on my mac. Do not have access to windows. PLEASE help with this!!
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