I know my print is busy, but it is Jungle January and I had to participate! What gets a little lost are the design lines so here is a pic of the pattern from the StyleArc site:
That front and back overlay is just so stinking cute! Here is a description from the StyleArc site: Fashionable and functional top. The overlay has a high low hemline and an opening down the back. This top can be made long or short sleeves therefore suitable for all seasons. Need a basic tee? - Just leave the overlay off.
My fabric is from FM. Where I purchase a vast majority of my fabrics.
I really like the neckline on this. The band is sandwiched between the overlay and the main portion of the garment. You'll want to make sure everything lines up precisely or the overlay will look and lay funny.
A little breeze caught a portion of the back overlay and you can see it swinging in the wind here!
And here is another slight breeze to blow the other side of the back overlay a bit!
Look how nice those sleeves are! They are the perfect length. Is it any wonder I love StyleArc patterns so much? It seems as though they were drafted for me, personally!
I do have to admit I make a few minor adjustments to the pieces and here they are: 1/2" swayback adjustment and 1/4" sloping shoulder adjustment. Not bad, eh?
I love this top! It went together well and is a newer pattern that I enjoyed trying. One thing I did note is that the neckband doesn't have any markings on the pattern piece. Just play with it before you stitch your neckband down to make sure you like how all three layers are lining up.
Thanks for reading!