This is a free pattern with a 3/4 sleeve option too! The Itch to Stitch Uvita Knit/Jersey Top is your typical Breton top block - that is what attracted me to it. It also works well with contrast fabrics because of the dropped shoulder. You can make a sweater and use a light knit for the facing, or make a long sleeve tshirt or 3/4 tshirt. The relaxed fit and the boatneck are modest which also makes it suitable for the office. I sewed size 6 graded to 4 waist to 8 hip and found the sizing spot on, the hip sits close fitting so there is no swing/gape, the rest of the top has comfortable ease. Butterfly fabric in a very soft brushed viscose from Fabric Land. I wore it with a haunted Victorian mansion necklace by Curiology to match the black outline print. Photos at Oxford University Parks:-
Vegan Baileys at Gardener's Arms! Cheers!
*I then made the Itch to Stitch Uvita Knit/Jersey Top in white/navy stripe for a proper Breton Top. Fabric is a bobble jersey with great recovery and 2 way stretch so I was able to reverse the stripe for the arms. Pearlescent polarbear from the Kimchi and Coconut December subscription box.