The forecast says that it is going to be in the upper 70s this weekend, so what better way to celebrate than sew a cute spring top? The originally intended to make view A of the pattern, which features a really awesome rolled tube like collar. However, no matter what I did I could not get the collar to lay as nicely as the picture on the envelope. Since the collar must be slipstitched on, and I am not too fond of hand sewing so far, I opted to leave it off. Version B is the exact same shirt sans collar so I just ended up with a different view. If I am ever feeling overly patient one day I may attempt to sew on the collar, but for now I am satisfied with how it turned out.
I don't really have any fun details of the construction, by leaving off the collar there are only two side seams, hem, neck binding, and armhole binding that must be applied. As for sizing I cut a 14, one size less than what my measurements suggest. The top is quite roomy though as a 14 has a finished bust measurement of 42". Because it is so roomy it does look a little strange with jeans. I think I will call it my "Modern Ellie May" shirt, because, you know, all clothes deserve to be named.