Added Jun 23, 2014
I wanted to make a loose tank top that was flowy and comfortable. The BurdaStyle picture for this one was kind of hard to see what it really looked like since the model had a jacket on – but I chanced it. I do like the tank but it’s very different. Then armholes are open to your waist and it’s all very loose. I choose the smallest size, cut on the dotted line (so I gave it no seam allowance) and used my serger.
This doesn’t take much fabric – which is great! I got the recommended amount and still used the leftovers of the fabric to make my own biased tape :)
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