Tank Top Sewing Pattern Bust Sizes 32"-49"
This is a multi-sized sewing pattern PDF for a women's tank top. Full colour step-by-step instructions are included in the download.
Update: PDF has been updated to include an A0 sized PDF file for projector use! 4pt font, layered sizes, and a 4"x4" test square are included.
Please note: I do not have any information on how to use a projector for sewing, I'm just including the files for you. There is plenty of information online for you to research how to use projectors for paperless sewing patterns, just get your Googling on!
This tank top pattern is so easy to whip up; the front and back are the same pattern piece, and the neck and armholes are finished with binding tape. The pattern can be made with woven fabrics or knits, and the final product flatters darn near every body shape. The tank top looks great with jeans or cropped 60s style pants, and it pairs well with a cardigan for cooler weather.
XS: fits bust 32-33" S: fits bust 34-36" M: fits bust 36-38" L: fits bust 39-41" XL: fits bust 42-43.5" 2X: fits bust 44-46" 3X: fits bust 47-49"
*Approximately 1 yard of fabric, woven or knit, more if you’re cutting a larger size and your fabric is less than 45″ wide
*Approximately 1 yard of Binding Tape (1/2″ width), or fabric with which to make your own binding tape
*Sewing Machine and serger
There is a 1/2″ seam allowance included but not marked.
Skill Level: Intermediate
*follow sewing instructions
*attach bias tape to neck and armholes
*narrow hem stitch
*add seam allowance where necessary
**Please note: there is no seam allowance added to the centre back line; the pattern was originally meant to be cut on the fold for both the front and back pieces. You’ll see that I’ve added a centre back seam in these instructions. Please feel free to decide for yourself whether or not you want a centre back seam and adjust your pattern accordingly.
- Sewing Pattern PDF
- Instructions with Colour Photos
- Size Range 2-16 Bust 33.5"-43.5"/85-110cm
- Suitable for Intermediate Sewers
- A0 File For Projector Use
Materials you need at home:
- Approximately 1.25 yards of fabric, woven or knit, more if fabric is less than 45″ wide
- Approximately 1 yard of Binding Tape (1/2″ width), or fabric with which to make your own binding tape
- Sewing Machine and serger
Hello! My name is Amie Scott, and I’m a fashion designer and pattern drafter.
I’ve been working with a needle and thread since 2003.
I design sewing patterns for clothing and various stuffed creature decor that I sell online.
I also design casual women’s and men's wear that’s been sold in various boutiques across Canada and the U.S. as well as online.