So today I'm showing you another variation on our basic tank sewing tutorial. If you haven't tried it yet, you should! It's my single most used self-drafted pattern, and now has five versions of it I've blogged about, including this one. It's been on constant repeat! 1 // 2 // 3 // 4, and....
Here's a simple recap of how I made Basic Tank v. 5.0:
2. Finish the front piece with bias tape, I show you how to do that in detail here.
3. Fold over the edges of the back piece of jersey and pin really well. Jersey resists being pinned and will roll.
4. Sew it down! Then you'll sew your back and front pieces together at the shoulders and sides. You're done!
There you have it! Thanks for checking out my slightly repetitive tank top post, and hopefully this inspires you to do some summer sewing of your own. And if you're looking for a place to start you can check out our sewing page!