Bryony is a fitted, drapey tank top for hot summer days, with an aran braid cable twining around the V-neck and down the back. It is knit in two pieces from the bottom up and then seamed together. An applied I-cord edging is worked to finish the armhole and neck edges. Vertical darts are used for shaping, and are placed to ensure that the cables on the front and back of the tank line up properly when seaming.
Schulana Sojabama is a glossy, incredibly soft bamboo/soy blend and I highly recommend it. Yarn substitutions should work to a drapey but opaque fabric at 5 stitches to the inch. In another yarn, you will need approximately 671 (771, 840, 893, 950, 1048, 1139) yards / 614 (705, 769, 817, 869, 958, 1042) meters.