This little top started out as Style "m" in girly style wardrobe. It was supposed to be a dress, but during a lapse in concentration, I cut it off at the wrong line. I reduced the fullness and used pin-tucks instead of gathers. I was taking in the armholes across the front chest, as I think many children's patterns are too wide there, and in another concentration lapse, kept cutting at the bottom of the armholes...so now they are cut a tad low ("I think I'll just wear this one at home Mum, I don't want people to see my underarms"..."Yeah? What about all those singlet tops you get about in?"). I swapped the patch pocket for one of my own design, and now that I'm looking at the photos, I realise that I've sewn it on the wrong side. In spite of all that kerfuffle, it is still a pretty cute little top.
The yellow seersucker fabric is from Tessuti's Surry Hills store. It is a medium weight seersucker, which would probably look good in those Burda WOF seersucker jackets that crop up at regular intervals! The yoke fabric is an Amy Butler fat quarter.