Uri Tank

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Pattern No. 703

The Uri Tank is a slightly relaxed fit, racer-esque style tank for light and breathable yarns. A quick knit in stockinette that can be done in a few lazy, hazy, crazy days to show off before summer slips away. 


The Uri Tank is knit topdown. The front neck is worked back and forth flat on circular needles then the back neck is linked on at the shoulders and also worked back and forth flat. The two are joined at the underarm and worked in the round til your desired length


Stockinette Stitch is a basic stitch that creates a smooth even fabric. On the flat it's made by alternating rows of knit and purl stitches. In the round it's made by only knit stitches.


I-cord (of the "idiot-cord" coined by Elizabeth Zimmermann) is a tube of knitting created by working a small amount of stitches in the round. This pattern uses the I-cord bind off to finish the neck, armholes and hem however you can use any type of finishing you desire!


— Pullover

— Sleeveless

— I-cord edge finishings

Difficulty Level

Advanced Beginner


Needles: US 4 / 3.5 mm, Circular lengths 24" (60cm) recommended

Blunt tapestry needle to weave in ends

Fabric Usage & Measurements

See measurements Here.


Juniper Moon Summer Solstice 48% Linen, 24% Cotton, 24% Viscose, 4% Polyester, 100g / 295 yds
Wolle's Cotton Boucle 100% Cotton, 100g / 320 yds

Or other sport / fine weight yarn

Gauge in stockinette using US 4 / 3.5mm needles : 24 sts x 36 rows = 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm)


This pattern is available in 1 size range; XS-3X

Rachel is wearing a size S in Juniper Moon Summer Solstice color Fallow. Her measurements are; 34", 28", 37 3/4" at 5'11"

Alex is wearing a size L for a sized down look in Juniper Moon Summer Solstice color Midnight Sun. Her measurements are; 44", 38 1/2", 47 1/2"" at 5'4"

Read our pattern reviews here.

See our guide to printing PDF files here and our body measurement guide here.

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