Ann at Sew Baby Sew blog has made this top, as well as almost all the patterns in this issue. She also reviewed this issue in full. Just look for the other links at her blog. This is the women's Ottobre Spring/Summer 2/2015 issue.
Coletterie's 'How to sew a baby hem' that helped a lot on this top. The instructions have you jumping straight away into a baby hem for the neckline. The neckline is cut almost directly on the bias so it's a little tricky to keep everything laying flat. I did a pretty good job with the mostly-stable knit here. The sleeves are also hemmed with a baby hem. You can see the pleat detail at my right shoulder here, and not my left, because I got it turned 'round backwards on this top. Minor detail. Left seam edges raw because this is knit. This top turned out much looser than the crepe one, so I've got it tied at my waist. Sort of added more asymetrical lines. :)
NEWLOOK 6192 skirt.
Hope everyone is having a good day, wherever you may be! And thank you for letting me share a little more about beautiful South Carolina, U.S.A.!
UPDATE: I've also made a linen top. More can be read about here, including instructions on how to hand-sew a rolled hem. A perfect technique used for the neckline of this top.