12 Comments

  1. Chantal said:

    It looks great! So easy breezy and perfect for summer!

    April 29, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks Chantal! This is one of my favorites :)

      April 29, 2014
  2. mari said:

    Rebecca…you have done a marvelous job…and it looks so good with those pants :D mari

    April 30, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Mari! I was so happy to find a mate for those pants :)

      April 30, 2014
  3. Tanya Maile said:

    Oh, I love the art deco-esque print of your fabric! Super cute and casual and luxurious at the same time! I’ve also been looking for some tank patterns and made a Colette Sorbetto. It’s a little more fitted than this one. I think I’ll have to try the Grainline tank!

    May 1, 2014
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks Tanya! Isn’t that print great! The tank is a great basic pattern, you should definitely give it a go!

      May 2, 2014
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    May 6, 2014
  5. […] for comfort  at the park, Max Hesse,  in my new (unblogged) organic double gauze burda pants and my grainline tank. The pants were dyed in alkanet but I’m  planning on over dyeing them […]

    May 15, 2014
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    June 3, 2014
  7. […] to make a contrast waistband out of another curtain, also from World Market, a remnant from my Grainline tank, and used the same material for my bodice facing.  I also left off the belt loops on my version […]

    June 10, 2014

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