This is the latest in a long line of tanks made from this pattern since every time I try to use up a knit from stash and I end up with a usable piece left over, I make one of these. I finally got around to doing a much-needed FBA on the pattern because this knit is very limited in stretch and recovery ability, almost like a stretch woven rather than the true knit that it is. I didn’t take that into account when I used it to make the first top, a 3/4 sleeve boat-neck number. That one is wearable, but only barely. This one is much better, thanks to the FBA. Why the title? This old Vogue pattern (see below, printed in 1997), which only goes up to a size 10 and I’m usually a 12, is so adaptable I’ve shared it and made it for many people of varying sizes by sliding it one way or another before cutting and making use of the seam allowance for adjustments. I love the neckline, which is not your standard tank, but not quite a boat neck. It’s unfortunate that this pattern is so obscure. Doesn’t even come up on Etsy or a Google search or on Pattern Review. This little throw-away tank that seems to have no relation to the 2 main “fashion” tops in views A and B is a real gem, sort of like the flip side of an old 45 rpm record. Remember those…and House of Fabrics and 1997?