Both view A and B are the same pattern pieces and can be made from either woven fabric or knits. Sandra provides directions on how to construct the top differently depending on which fabric you choose. I chose a very soft blush pink rayon/lycra lightweight jersey for the main body fabric, and an open weave lacy fabric for the sleeves. You may recognize the jersey - it's leftovers from my daughter's dress.
The jersey is pretty shear, so I wear the top with a very similarly coloured cami/tank top underneath. I have the perfect necklaces to wear with it too - it looks amazing with rose gold!
The insertion of the sleeves is very different than a traditional top, but the end results are very dramatic and unique, which is what I love in my clothes. The only difference I made to the pattern was to cut off about 5" from the length as the jersey just kept growing lengthwise.
I've also finished the True Bias Lander Pants and the pair of blush pink Vogue jeans from my Spring in Prague SWAP. Alas, no photographs of me wearing them yet, but here's a somewhat adequate shot of the Lander Pants "hanging" off my dress form.
I'll do a proper review of them in the next few weeks and hopefully even sort out the photograph situation!