a fun, roomy tank top for summer from Norah GaughanI’ve been a little obsessed with knit tank tops lately, because I’ve pretty much been living in tank tops for the past couple of weeks and that trend is going to continue.

If you need another tank for your to knit list, check out Admit from Norah Gaughan for Berroco. This roomy top is actually a pretty easy knit, worked from the bottom up in the round in stockinette before dividing front and back and working this fun eyelet pattern that adds interest in knitting and wearing without being too frilly.

It’s worked in a cotton-rayon blend that’s easy wearing with a little more shine and drape that cotton by itself, making this a great choice for casual days or when you want to look a little more pulled together.

[Photo via Berroco.]

By Sarah White


4 Comments so far

  1. Kara on June 4, 2014 4:01 pm

    I’m intrigued by this one, too! It looks fast enough to finish this summer, and the yoke shaping is so interesting.

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  3. Peta on June 5, 2014 11:45 pm

    I really don’t like the way the arm hole section slouches. The pattern could be altered to have a more fitted arm hole opening up to the eyelet pattern & then increase out from there. Still be easy without the slouch. Close but not close enough.

  4. Jeanne on June 6, 2014 11:44 pm

    I like it and agree with Peta – but I’m thinking this top is about 3 sizes too big for the model, hence the bunched up armholes.

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