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The Wanderer Tank is a versatile top designed for woven fabrics. It is easy to sew and will faithfully accompany you on all your adventures. It has a boxy, comfortable fit and the laced-up back makes the fit flexible. It is fully reversible, flip it inside out and you’ve got a whole new top. It is loose enough to layer over a t-shirt or dress. Suitable for woven fabrics.
Printed pattern + booklet instructions that come in a super cute envelope
5/8” seam allowance included
Beginner level sewing
Designed for woven fabrics
You will need two different fabrics, they will be referred to as Fabric 1 and Fabric 2. There is a piece that laces up the back of the top. You will need to decide what fabric you want to use for your lace piece. The lace can be replaced with a 1 2/3 yards of cord or ribbon.
- XS-M // Fabric 1 and 2 // 45”-60” wide // .6 yards (.5 metres)
- L-XXL // Fabric 1 and 2 // 45” wide // .8 yards (.7 metres)
- L-XXL // Fabric 1 and 2 //54-60” wide // .6 yards (.5 metres)
- all sizes // Lace Fabric // 45” wide // 5” (13 cm)
- all sizes // Lace Fabric // 54-60” wide // 2.5” (7 cm)
Notions: 8 - ¼” eyelets (Dritz Large Eyelet Kit), 2 fabrics (see yardage requirements), Optional: scrap of lightweight fusible interfacing (if using a light fabric)
SUGGESTED FABRICS: This pattern is designed for woven fabrics. It is reversible so it will be two layers of fabric. Double gauze, quilting cotton, linen, rayon all look fabulous. If you are using a heavier fabric, it will work, it will just be a bit stiffer, and you may want to find something thinner to make the lace piece out of.