I knit this tank top without using an official pattern, estimating how many stitches to cast on and winging it along the way. I lifted a few steps from other patterns (a dishcloth pattern was my inspiration for the front), and I wrote what I did each step along the way, so if you want to make a knit tank just like this, follow these steps! 

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Step 1: Choose Your Yarn & Needles

I used Bernat Satin Solids in "ebony" for this knit piece (yarn pictured is the same, but in pink).

Although knitting this tank does not demand the use of circular knitting needles, I prefer them, so that's what I used. I used metal circular needs in size US 8 (5.0 mm), despite the yarn recommendation of a US 6.
<p>Hey there... I loved your tank, so I made a new interpretation of it here.</p><p>https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Knit-a-Glorious-Lace-Singlet-or-Tank/</p>
How many balls of this yarn did you use?
If its a tank where is the treads/cannon?
Oh that is so cute! I really want to try to knit clothes :)

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