Who doesn’t love vintage clothes? The construction is interesting and different. The styles can be timeless. I bought this pattern based on View D but had only made view A. The view A takes only one yard so I’ve used some rem fabrics to sew it up. I love collecting one yard projects. It’s good to keep your eye on how to creatively and functionally use up scraps.
I finally decided to make up view D.
For fun here are the other two shirts I made from this pattern . . .
I did adjust the plunge of that shirt. It was WAY lower. Here is that blog post if you are interested in reading that. https://sewsanityblog.com/2018/02/25/week-21-girls-night-out-shirt/
I made view D as instructed but added two inches to the length of the ruffle.