Friday, January 22, 2016

Dyyni baby skirt, free pattern release

I promised you another coat, I know, and it will come soon, but let's have a tasty intermezzo with the new and free skirt baby version from the Dyyni skirt. Pienkel released the Dynni skirt a few months ago and here you can see my first version. Today Pienkel is releasing a free version in baby sizes, the only thing you have to do is subscribe to her newsletter, but you can read all the details in the release post.

Seeing as I already sewed and blogged the skirt, (in a bigger version) there is not much extra that I can tell you about the pattern. Except for the fact that this baby version is great for smaller scraps. This first skirt, the golden one is cut from a fat quarter. A few times before I mentioned the Fat Quarter set from Robert Kaufman that I bought at Modes4U, for this skirt I used another piece from the package. I had to cut very efficiently, but I succeeded. The gold detailed fabric is that special by itself that I thought that one layer was enough.

The second skirt is a two layered version. The top layer is a Petit Pan fabric, that I once won. The gray fabric is an uni version of the previous Soft Cactus line. My eldest did not own any skirts at this age, but this one sees her sisters wearing them every day, so she loves to get some skirt action herself.

Both my skirts have pockets, the Dyyni is one of the few patterns that has pockets included, and the explanation is perfect. You will get hooked like me, and start adding pockets to everything. The third Dyyni option, the ruffled skirt part is also explained in the baby version. My skinny 2.5 year with her 47cm waist still comfortably fitted in this baby skirt.

I made these pictures while the sun was disappearing, so there was no time for changing onesies and neat pony tails. Check out Pienkel's post on how to get this cute and free pattern, this will make a great baby gift, or just to sew your own daughter one.

dxI love to hear what you think of my creations. Feel free to leave a comment in the language you prefer (although Google translate might have to assist me if you choose something different than English, German, Dutch or Hungarian).


  1. Och, hoe schattig is ze toch! En die 2 staartjes! Heel leuke rokjes en combinaties.

  2. Zoals altijd een super creatie!
    En ik vind de foto's met haar stoere jasje echt super leuk. En die staartjes: CUTE!

    1. Duidelijk tijd voor een zelf gemaakt jasje voor haar, want de blikvanger op de foto maag eigenlijk niet gekocht zijn :)

  3. Such cute skirts! I especially love the gray one. And cutie girl too!

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