If you’re looking for a lightweight, fun, and flowy tank top crochet pattern, the Voluminous Tank Top is for you! This tank top pattern ranges EIGHT glorious sizes from XS to 4XL!
Tank Top Crochet Pattern
When designing this tank top pattern, I envisioned a flowy tank that I could throw on over some capris or leggings. I wanted a tank that I could wear to summer BBQs that would both dress up my look and keep me COOL and COMFORTABLE while chowing down on some delicious grub with friends and family. I think I achieved that! I also may or may not have twirled a few times after trying it on. 😉
This is a premium pattern meaning that you can find it among my Ravelry designs. As always, should you require assistance when using this or any of my patterns, you may reach out to me on the Heart Hook Home Facebook page and I’ll be happy to help!
If you’d like to turn this beauty into a flowy dress, continue adding length until it hits where you like. Add a small belt, some strappy sandals, and big jewelry to complete the ensemble. Ahhh ♥ Note that you will need to wear something underneath, here I am wearing a tan camisole.
For this pattern we are using a modified V-stitch. To achieve this, we simply crochet two double crochet stitches in the same space. We join at the end of each row so that this entire tank (minus the straps) is worked in ONE piece, requiring NO sewing!
Tank Top Crochet Pattern Materials:
Size 1 yarn OR Crochet Thread (see yarn suggestions below)
Crochet hook in size G/4mm
Sizes: (XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)
Yardage: (820, 875, 975, 1100, 1280, 1450, 1650, 1850)
I have used a variety of yarn/thread….
Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow in “Couture”
Red Heart Croquette in “River Rocks”
Queensland Collection United Foursome in “Fraser Island”
Artiste Size 5 Crochet Thread in “White Crystal”
One of my wonderful testers held two strands of size 10 crochet thread together, and that was gorgeous! (Why didn’t I think of that?!) Use your two favorite colors for a fun, summery effect.
Tank Top Sizing Chart
If you are using a color changing yarn, keep in mind that this pattern is worked from the bust down, with the straps added at the end. This means that if you want the straps to be the same color as the first rows of the pattern, you’ll want to reserve some of that color specifically for straps. You can add the straps as early as row 20 or so, if that helps with your color planning process. Head over here to read more on color planning in crochet.