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Myla Tank Sewing Pattern

$12.00

Skill Level

Beginner

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PATTERN DETAILS

Who couldn't use an entire wardrobe of tank tops for those hot summer days? The Myla Tank is a simple to make, breezy tank with subtle flared shaping and a flirty split skirt. The hem gently sweeps low in the back. This is one tank that you will wear year round, alone on hot summer days or layered for cool weather style. Designed with the beginner in mind, construction is easy, with an optional faux placket. Add buttons or a beautiful ribbon or trim to accent your fabric choice. Learn the art of french seams and make the Myla as neat and tidy on the inside as it is stylish on the outside. The Myla pattern includes includes basic written instructions and assembly diagrams, as well as a download code to access a full video tutorial. Also included is a downloadable PDF file of the pattern pieces for women's sizes 2-20. The PDF file comes in a print-at-home, tiled version that you can piece together yourself, in addition to an A0 version for full-size copy shop printing. MATERIALS: Fabric with a soft drape (Silk Crepe de Chine, Cotton Voile, Cotton Lawn, Rayon Challis) - For Sizes 2-10: 1-3/4 yards of 44-45"-wide fabric OR 1-1/4 yards of 54" wide fabric- - For Sizes 12-20: 2-1/2 yards of 44-45"-wide fabric OR 1-3/4 yards of 54" wide fabric 5-7 1/4"or 3/8" buttons 10" ribbon for placket trim (optional) Coordinating thread, Swedish tracing paper or other pattern paper, Ruler, Scissors, Pins, Turning tool (such as a closed pair of scissors), Safety pin, Iron

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Meg McElwee's Pattern Store
Meg McElwee's Pattern Store
I'm Meg McElwee, the owner and designer of Sew Liberated, an indie pattern shop, as well as the author of the books <i>Sew Liberated</i> and <i>Growing Up Sew Liberated.</i> I love simple, woodsy beauty in both pattern and fabric. I try to infuse my designs with that rustic-chic aesthetic.