Wanna knit a No-Seam Tank Top?

[B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=deepskyblue]This pattern is named [/COLOR][/FONT][/B][B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=magenta]‘LACE NIGHTIE’[/COLOR][/FONT][/B][B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=deepskyblue] (free pattern in pdf format) in the Spring 2007 issue of Interweave Knits, but every sample of it (that I have seen knitted from the pattern) seems to fit more like a camisole or tank top. That’s what I had in mind when I made it, and let me tell you,…I’m not at all disappointed. Shying away from seams (I’ve been a seamstress most of my life…I took up knitting for a CHANGE from sewing !), I thought I’d give it a go. [/COLOR][/FONT][/B]
[B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=deepskyblue]Take a look at the results…I just wore it today, wouldn’t even take the time to block the curl out of the edges,…and I LOVE IT ! It’s a mix between a vest, a camisole, an apron, and a tank ! So much versatility ![/COLOR][/FONT][/B]

Soooo cute!:yay:

very cute!

It’s gorgeous. You did a beautiful job.

That is so cute on you! Love the color, everything about it!

Wow! Very nice. You did a fabulous job!
Thanks for sharing…

It looks terrific on you!!!

Gorgeous, I love it! :slight_smile:

Very cute, I like the way it looks over a long t. I think I might have to try this pattern. Thanks for sharing!

I love it!! i agree with the other poster. I like the way it looks over a long tee. though int he summer it would be a quite sexy top.

Adorable! It fits you perfectly! and I love the color!

Very pretty! I love that color!

I love it so much, the color is very very pretty! Thank you for posting the link!

It looks adorable on you!


[FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=royalblue][B]You guys are all so generous and enthusiastic ! :muah: Thank you for all of the compliments.[/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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[FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=royalblue][B]I have to admit, I AM considering making it again ! Also on the lookout for more great looking seamless tanks and tees. [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]

nice job, Its lovely on you, Great job

I keep thinking i want to make one of those, then I look at my measurments, and decide my kids are to young, and by the time they are old enough, I may be thin enough to wear one

:woohoo: Great job!!

Looks great! I love the color.

I love this!!! And you did a fabulous job on it…did you use the yarn called for? Yours looks like a slightly darker green.

It’s going on my must knit list…what does the "deeply scooped back look like? There’s not a pic on the original pattern.


[B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=darkorange]No, I used Cascade’s PimaTencel…I think it’s a bit heavier than the yarn they used in the original…theirs looks ‘lacier’ and lighter in weight than mine, and yet, I got the same gauge as the pattern called for. You can see a shot of the back, [/COLOR][/FONT][/B][B][FONT=Century Gothic][SIZE=3][COLOR=red]here, on my blog[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/B][B][FONT=Century Gothic][COLOR=darkorange][SIZE=3][COLOR=red].[/COLOR][/SIZE] I had not yet woven in the yarn tails, but it looks the same now. I did have a ribbon in the centerback stitches to pull them together a bit. I bound off those stitches loosely, like I do sock cuffs, and it made it gape open, so when I finished the sweater, I did a little running stitch (hidden) through the top of those stitches and ‘snugged’ it up a bit.[/COLOR][/FONT][/B]