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Sis Boom Tortola Tank for Women XS(0-2) - 3X(24-26)

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by T. Bradburry
on February 17th, 2017

“one of my go to summer top patterns i am fuller busted so this top works for me”

The island of Tortola is a destination for fun and relaxation. Like the namesake, this tank is easy-breezy and has lots of great options. It is a quick sew that is cut on the bias for a flattering fit. The neckline can be cut higher or lower, and can be a classic round shape or include a cute notch. The patterns include cutting lines for regular and full bustlines. The directions also include information about combining sizes to get the perfect fit for all shapes and sizes. Best of all, this summer staple will take up very little room in your suitcase (and is great for layering in cooler seasons)!

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Tortola Tank. Copyright © 2014 by Jennifer Paganelli and Carla Hegeman Crim. All rights reserved. No part of this eBook may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission from the author. The patterns contained within are copyrighted, but may be used by independent crafters to produce items for resale provided the pattern was purchased from an authorized dealer.

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Fabric:
2 - 2.75 yard depending on size

by T. Bradburry
on February 17th, 2017

one of my go to summer top patterns i am fuller busted so this top works for me

by v. kodadek
on March 25th, 2015

I have been looking forever for a tank top pattern that actually fits me. I made this one as directed and it fit really nicely. However it calls for woven fabric and I prefer my tanks to be knit fabric. some trial and error I found this pattern makes up beautifully out of jersey knit. I did have to go down a size and of course cut it on the grain rather than bias. Now I'm working on my summer wardrobe!!

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