Some of you observant blog readers noticed that there was a certain v-neck top featuring prominently in our Comox Trunks photoshoot a couple months ago:
This top is called the Thetis Tank and will be available in several months through the Sew It All TV show and magazine! The episode I filmed with the Sew It All team in Golden, Colorado, was all about how to sew this super quick and easy project.
In the meantime, while you eagerly anticipate the magazine issue featuring this v-neck pattern, we have ANOTHER sleeveless top pattern for you to sew in time for summer!
Introducing Thread Theory’s first FREE sewing pattern: The Arrowsmith Undershirt.
This pattern is available as a PDF download for free as a big THANK YOU to all you avid menswear sewers who have supported us and our business over the last year! As of today, it has been one year since we launched our very first pattern – the PDF version of the Newcastle Cardigan.
This tank is a super quick and easy project that can be sewn using all manner of knits. The Arrowsmith Undershirt is the perfect sleeveless tank for layering or for hot summer days. The enlarged armholes and deep crew neck give this shirt a very modern appearance and they also make it really easy to sew without a serger (you could even use a straight stitch if you wanted to because the head and arm openings are large enough that they don’t really need to stretch when the shirt is put on or taken off). There is an optional patch pocket that can be sewn in a knit or a woven fabric. The pocket is a great way to add just a little bit of colour and intrigue against a basic background – especially if the recipient isn’t very adventurous with their clothing colour/print choices!
So, please, take our sincere thanks and our free pattern: Head on over to our website to download the Arrowsmith Undershirt and get sewing! By the way, we’d love to see what you sew! Add #Arrowsmith to your photos so we can find them and add them to our Pinterest page!