Kila Tank
Allie Olson

$16.00 each

The Kila Tank sewing pattern by Allie Olson Sewing Patterns is a fitted tank top designed for stretchy knit fabrics.  A slight racerback design gives this top a sporty look, but won’t reveal conventional bra straps.  Kila’s deep scoop neckline and armholes are finished with a bulk-free binding method that mimics ready-to-wear techniques.

The Kila Tank has several inches of negative ease making it a great basic layering tank top.  Kila can be tucked into high-waist pants, overalls, and skirts.  Because it’s sewn in super stretchy fabrics, Kila is also a great workout or pajama top for hot weather.

The Kila Tank paper pattern includes both the original sizing block, based on a B-cup figure, as well as the curvy sizing block, based on a D-cup figure.  Please utilize the measurement chart in the gallery to determine your fabric requirements based on both size and block shape/cup size.

The pattern envelope contains a paper pattern printed double-sided on lightweight copy paper that is intended for you to trace off the size(s) you need, and printed step-by-step instructions with illustrations.

Allie Olson Sewing Patterns is a small team who work hard to provide you high-quality sewing patterns for at-home use.  Allie started designing sewing patterns in 2016 while managing the now-late pattern marketplace Indiesew, and continues to develop her lifelong sewing passion that encompasses creativity, body positivity, and care for the planet.

3 in stock

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Make Ideas

Use your favorite certified organic cotton spandex to create a lasting favorite tank, and layer with your favorite cardigan pattern for year-round wear.

Basic Information

Experience Level

Beginner

Size Range

bust measure 32" – 57.5", hip measure 35" – 59.5"

Cup Size Option(s)

B Cup, D Cup

What else do I need?

Recommended Fabric: Knit fabrics with at least 60% stretch and good recovery are recommended, like cotton/spandex and rayon/spandex blend knits with or without ribbing. Ideally, fabrics weighing 5 to 9 ounces per square yard are recommended.
100% cotton knit fabrics are not recommended due to poor recovery.

*See gallery image for fabric amount requirements based on size/cup choice. Additional fabric is also required if you have a directional fabric or will be pattern matching.

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