Pattern Description: Something about "light as a cloud", this was designed as a wrap-over blouse with single-layer "lapels" made from chiffon or some light woven fabric. I've "highly recommended" it even though so far I've only made it with fairly extreme modifications.
Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? For my first version, not even close! The second one is closer. But the fabric is completely different. First version
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: For fit, I narrowed the shoulders slightly. And for style ...
I was looking for a cardigan pattern for some very stretchy wool/lycra that had been in my stash for quite a long time. I muslined this blouse in a junk jersey and kind of liked it, but wanted a cardigan I could wear open. So I altered it to have a shawl collar over a swingy "waterfall" front. I also didn't gather the lower edge of the sleeves.
For my second version, I turned to some printed sweaterknit languishing in my stash. I used the pattern front pieces and made tie ends as intended, but I had to create facing pieces for the collar since the sweaterknit had an obviously different plain and really "wrong" side. The pattern loses something with the more stable lapels, but I still like it.