I love to play with fancy fabrics and such for my kids, but when it comes to sewing for me, I love practical! I spend my days chasing the toddler (yep, he is a runner!) and getting down on the floor or ground to play, so I need pieces that give me the freedom to keep up! I love that this top is a kick up from my usual tank top or t-shirt. It allows me to be mom but still be stylish!
This pattern creates a draped tank with a handkerchief hem.
3 hem lengths and widths
scoop front neckline
3 sleeve lengths
optional high/low hem
neckline binding or simple hem
The Women’s Draped Tank can be made in something soft with great drape, both in knit and wovens! I used a beautiful crepe I found and just had to have! I already have a couple planned in knit for this summer!
The pattern pieces are all one piece, which makes for quick cutting and sewing! There are a couple different binding and hem options included in the pattern, so you can pick which one works best for your fabric. I did a traditional hem for this one.
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