My usual routine is to wash/dry clean newly purchased fabric as soon as I get home, which I did. Then I would take it to my sewing room and add it to my stash, that's what I do. But this time I took the fabric from the laundry room straight to my cutting table because couldn't go into June with new fabric.
The first garment used was the floral dress in my previous post. The other garments, tops using Simplicity 1167, Misses' Sportswear, Mimi G Style Collection.
Maybe it's me, because the description on this envelope simply reads Knit tank top, nothing else. My pattern description would be: Hi-low hem, knit tank top with side slits.
The tops look just like the photo on the pattern envelope, once I was done.
I skimmed the pattern layout while I was in the store because I didn't see bias tape listed as a notion. That's when I found out there were four pattern pieces: front, back, arm and neck facings. I didn't read the instructions but I can't imagine them being too difficult with only four pieces.
I didn't make any pattern alterations or design changes. The tanks were easy to make and I would recommend the top to others.
Made, worn and posted this month!