A swingy, lightweight, sleeveless top is perfect for summer. The loose fit is super comfortable and allows air to flow through, keeping one extra cool. Yesterday, I shared a moodboard of some of my favorite tops and today I'm sharing a little sewing inspiration so you can make your own summer top.
How to DIY an Eyelet Top
Step 2: The Ella Top by Liola Patterns is a very close match to our inspiration. The design is a very basic tank with a back yoke. To completely match our inspiration, raise the front neckline, eliminate the back pleat and add a slit and button closure at the back neck.
Step 3: Our inspiration top is actually made with two fabrics, an eyelet and a matching solid. The eyelet is used for the main body and the solid for the back yoke and a small patch at the front shoulders. This eyelet from fabric.com is a great match and combined with this solid, you're ready to start stitching!