I made three - one for each day of the trip, but sadly it was too cold and rainy on the last day to wear the final one, so I'll post separately about that one when I get around to taking photos of it.
I made them all using one metre each of Liberty lawn - it isn't too much of a squeeze to get the tank (with an additional 1.5" length) and the bias strips for the neck and armholes, plus have some nice scraps left over if you're collecting Liberty scraps for a quilt (like I am)!
Real Alcázar in Seville (orange blossom and wisteria everywhere - too too lovely!). The print is called "Melly" (shade C), and has a paint splatter effect in hot pink, orange, yellow, purple and black. It's all kinds of wonderful.
|designed by 8 year old Amber Kelly, because she liked the word "meadow"|
I love this pattern. I could (and might yet) make a dozen. The pattern takes no time at all to make up (I had a bit of production line going) and the resulting top is so very comfortable. As with the Tova, the Tank is now also available to download, and I definitely recommend it if you're in the market for a flattering, loose-fitting woven tank.
I'm on hols until after Easter. Hurrah - staycation = sewcation!