I sewed this little top up a few weeks ago and, since it has now become one of my favorite summer tops, I thought I should share it. I've had Butterick 3383 for some time now and decided to give it a try. I used a printed polyester fabric from my stash. This pattern has no darts so I was a little nervous about the fit. It actually turned out great. Easy to sew and fun to wear!
It's pretty easy to slip over my head and I love the length with the side slits. The pattern suggests bias tape for the neckline and armholes. I cut self-fabric bias bindings for a more professional look.
This pattern is moving way up on my list of "make me again" patterns. It takes about a yard of 60" wide fabric and sews up very quickly.