November 05, 2014

Everyday Tank Blog Tour

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Disclosure: I received this pattern for free in exchange for my review. I received no other compensation for this post. My opinions are my own.

The Everyday Tank from Serger Pepper is a fast, easy sew that comes with lots of options. I decided to use it to upcycle one of my husband's old sweaters into a sweater vest for our son.


I didn't really use the instructions in the pattern-I just looked at the pictures to get a basic idea of how to put it together, and went from there. It's hard to tell from the pictures, but there is a side panel detail. You can make it with contrast fabric. The extra seams give it a nice detail if you make it with all one fabric.


There are instructions for different ways to do the binding, but I just bagged all of them and attached the original sleeve and neck binding from the sweater.



I love it over a plaid shirt. It's perfect for the cooler weather we're starting to get. The layers are great too-easy to take off if the afternoon warms up.


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2 comments:

amy mayen said...

Love what you did! I like the basic-ness of Irene's patterns- so easy to modify!

Irene V. said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely vest: I have a thing for refashions and I always keep original hems/cuffs whenever I can!
Irene
SergerPepper.com

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