The light on it makes it look a lot different - it's actually quite a gauzy, drapey sort of fabric, that's slightly on the sheer side. These pictures make it look more like a quilting weight fabric, but it's a lot lighter weight than that.
I made up the pattern as I went along. I started with an idea for a loose and flowing type of shirt, then changed my mind half-way through. Ended up doing one of the sleeves twice. Why is it always the most simple of projects that give your seam ripper the hardest workout?
I had better run: now I've only got four and a half days to try and churn out some sort of Halloween costumes for my kids, as they need them for next weekend. Take care all,