In order to prepare for my recent trip to Savannah Georgia and the promise of 80 degree days, it seemed like some new tank tops were in order. I went with my go-to tank pattern - Willow by Grainline and whipped out two new tops!
Last year I made a few Willow tanks and I love them. The pattern is simple and is perfect to show off a fun print. Our recent order of Japanese fabrics means we have a ton of cute prints in right now and I couldn't resist this soft Pineapple lawn in my favorite pink colorway. We also have these babies in yellow and blue - it was a tough choice.
I've been obsessed with Andover's collection of Ikats and needed to make something. Willow tank to the rescue. These woven fabrics have a lovely hand and are great for garments. If you know a pattern works, it's always nice to make a couple at once. This production-style sewing made it super quick for me to sew these tanks. This pattern has great instructions like all Grainline patterns. The neck and arms are finished with bias tape. My favorite part of this tank is the wide, heavy hem that hits at the perfect spot.
I'm back in Colorado now and it's still cold out, but Summer, I am ready for you.