Can you have too many woven tank tops? If you’re like me, they are basically the foundation of your wardrobe that you build outfits around. They go with so many things, they keep you cool, they don’t get in the way of your work, they are beautiful and fun to sew, and they just… be with you. They don’t require flashy attention, they just add to who you are and how you adorn yourself.
Here are 7 woven tank top sewing patterns to make and love. All the titles and photographs are linked to the designer’s site where you can purchase or download the pattern.
Chamomile Crop by Sarah Kirsten (Sorry, not sorry…)
The Chamomile comes with a wide shoulder version and a narrow shoulder version, and a cropped fit for perfect pairing with high waisted pants, shorts, and skirts.
The Ashton Top sewing pattern comes with a super cute cropped and long version, wide hem, and also the option for bias tape or a sharp looking all-in-one facing to finish the seams.
The Peplum features a ruffle bottom and a v-neck back. It’s designed by my friend Emily from In The Folds who produces amazing patterns every year.
The Demeter sewing pattern is another wonderful example of how wonderful everything is that Anna designs. So dreamy. This pattern comes in four versions - a sleeveless and sleeved dress, and a sleeveless and sleeved shirt. All versions are stunning.
The Willow has a tank top and a dress version with a lovely wide hem, straight hem.
The Wiksten Tank is a beautiful dartless tank with a lovely curved hem.
The Gemma is simple and elegant with a lovely neckline and curved hem. She also has lots of tutorials about sewing the bias binding and how to make a cropped version.