Here's one I made earlier!
Not that much earlier - I think it was a couple of days after Christmas, but I've just not got round to telling you about it yet.
It is the Maria Denmark Day to Night Drape top. It's a new-ish pattern, and the first Maria Denmark one I've tried. I saw Scruffy Badger's awesome pink butterfly version and knew I had to make my own as soon as possible.
Sadly at that time I didn't have any jersey in my stash, but a shopping trip a couple of days after Christmas yielded some black and grey lace patterned burnout jersey. As soon as I got home I downloaded the pattern and set to work. My husband couldn't believe how quickly I made this! It only took a couple of hours, from purchasing the pattern online, to wearing.
The pattern doesn't include sleeves. Maria says that the sleeves of her Birgette Basic Tee can be used, but I used the sleeve from a jersey dress pattern I already had and it fitted perfectly.
I'm really pleased with the finished top. It's just the sort of thing I like to wear; comfortable but reasonably stylish, looks good either dressed up or with jeans.
The sleeves are slightly too short - despite measuring several times - but I've got enough fabric left that I could either replace the sleeves completely or sew a deep cuff on the existing ones. I bought 1.5 metres of this fabric, but I could easily have got the top out of 1 metre. I'll definitely be on the lookout for fabric to make more of these.