Preston Top

Updated: Feb 15

A classic, staple piece that needs to be in your wardrobe right meow!

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This classic, scoop neck tank was designed with EVERYONE in mind! It can easily be dressed up for the office or paired with your favorite sweats for a cozy night in.

It's worked from the bottom up in 2 separate panels and the optional peplum/dress add-on is worked from the base of the tank down (allowing you to choose the perfect length for YOUR body!) Plus, it is made up entirely of the Tunisian Simple Stitch, making it perfect for beginners and the pattern offers row by row instructions with color coded sizes, as well as, diagrams so there's not confusion.


Guys, this pattern offers a STUPID amount of options. There are instructions for a traditional tank, a peplum styled tank, and even a dress!


HOOKS: 3.5 mm and 5 mm crochet hook & a 6 mm tunisian crochet hook

YARN: Sweet Delight by Baby Bee (Great substitutions include: Paintbox Yarn Cotton DK, DK Joy by Loops & Threads, ZZ Twist by LBY, Wool-Ease by LBY, etc) Approx. yardage: XS - 645, S - 705, M - 835, L - 1025, XL - 1105, 2X - 1290, 3X - 1385, 4X - 1495, 5X - 1680 yards for full length tank

NOTIONS: stich markers, scissors, threading needle, tape measure


Before becoming a SAHM, my favorite job was at Preston Lakes Apartments in Owasso, Oklahoma. My boss was awesome (Yup, I'm talking about you, Kim Hackler!), the job was fun, and I got to dress up EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. I'm talking high waisted pencil skirts, peplum tops, dresses, heels... ALL OF IT! And since I was coming from a factory floor job, that was obviously a pro. Anyways, after making the peplum version of this top, it immediately took me back to those days at the office! So yeah... this top is technically named after an apartment complex lol Real deep stuff here.


This pattern wouldn't be what it is today without these amazing makers! These ladies poured so much time and effort into this design and I am so grateful for them 🖤 Click here to check them all out on Instagram!

So what are you waiting for?! Grab the pattern today by clicking on your preferred shop below.



Happy making, my friends!

❤ Kayla

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