I’ve had this pattern in my stash for a while but fitting woes for 2 dresses got me down and I needed to sew something that didn’t make me feel so frustrated. I decided I need something super easy. I pulled out this pattern and matched it up against my bodice sloper and made some changes to the dart placement and armhole but other than that it was pretty straightforward. I do think I would like for the neck to be a smidge lower though. The pattern is naturally kind of cropped but I accidentally cut more than I should’ve which made it shorter than I wanted. I decided to wear it out anyway… risky, I know… I made it using this popular embroidered cotton from Joann Fabrics. The fabric is really thin and I think it probably should have been underlined but I just wore undergarments that disappeared underneath and I didn’t feel overexposed. I used white bias binding for the neck and sleeves and finished the hem with the serger then stitched it down. I also serged the back seam and added a 1/2″ peach colored button for a pop of color and used the bias binding as a button loop. You can never have enough white shirts in my opinion. It was an easy make and I love the way it turned out. I would definitely make this again but maybe in another one of the views. Glad to report I got my sewing mojo back!