Sew Everything is SEW awesome. I love this knit tunic pattern! check out her blog!
Or, how to turn a quick 4 seam project into a considerably longer one. It all started when I decided to do some quick summer sewing. A sleevless knit tunic would be great in the scorching Texas heat.
Relentless Texas summer
Pattern of choice: Sewing Workshop’s Anne’s Cardigan and Tank , released in 2011 . I’d already made the cardigan, and decided this simple tank would be my choice for a cool, breezy top. You can see the pattern designer’s version here. The guide sheet shows how to do it in 4 seams – two shoulder seams sewn and serged, two side seams sewn to the side slit point and seam-finished whatever way you want. The Sewing Workshop likes the hem and armhole edges unfinished, but they do give you options.
Fabric of choice: A featherweight, striped knit purchased from Sew Much Fabric – oh, a few years ago. Keyword here…
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