Butterick 6287 again. No major changes, still size large, but with shortened sleeves, and a narrow aded neckband. Two of the fabrics here are quite flimsy, and a turned neckline would be out of shape in a split second.
The green stripe and green leaf print are quite thin and drapey knits, maybe cotton, maybe viscose, both bought from the market not too long ago. The white bubbly knit is polyester, and has been lurking in stash for a couple of years. I’ve used it a few times, but haven’t been smitten with the resulting tops!
I reinforced the shoulders with a scrap of silk organza. All seams are overlocked, and the main panels are also top stitched which reinforces the overlocking and gives some structure where different fabrics meet. I played with the stripes just a tiny bit. The hem is turned once and zigzagged, and I added a skinny neckband.
I love it, wore it to work as soon as it was finished today, and got plenty of compliments. Everyone loves a bright spring print I think!