From this pattern I have only made the sleeved top - but I've made it twice so far. This top has a banded V neck, 3/4 length raglan sleeves, gathering at front and back neckline, and a loose fit.
The pattern was fairly easy to execute. I give the instructions a B.
In executing this project, I found cutting and all the long seams easy.
The neckband was a little fiddly so I do recommend hand basting each step of the neck band. I had problems with the finish of that neckband - I sewed in some wrinkles - but am not sure if this is a design flaw or an execution problem.
However I think it went well - and this is the fastest garment I've ever put together.
I would recommend this top if you like loosely fitted garments with a modest shape. You could pair this top with basic trousers, jeans, and slim skirts and it would be work/school appropriate for just about everyone. I believe this top is suitable for maternity in the early and middle months.
I like this top so much I bought another Khalia Ali top pattern S2409. Edit to add: I made S2409 and I liked how it came out. I have posted a review and pictures of that project.
I am thinking about also making this top in a very lightweight cotton for summer. It would be a little more time consuming in a woven due to seam finishing but I think the pattern would need no modifications.
The second time I made this top (in striped rayon jersey - in pic), I left the lower hem unfinished and preferred the longer length. I also shortened the sleeves quite a bit and added an elastic casing to the bottom. The plain finished sleeves of were a fine design choice I just wanted to mix it up - but the original sleeve length was too long (in pic - black top). I also think the length was wrong in the first top causing odd bunching above the rear but this effect will depend on your fabric (and your rear of course).
Overall though, I'm happy