The buttons are on, and the hem is sewn! And I love how the shirt turned out. I don't have a picture of me wearing the shirt, because truthfully, I don't have anything to wear with it. And beside that, it's been too hot for long sleeve shirts. But, as much as I like the top, I know I'll find something to go with it. Just maybe not until next fall. :)
The fabric is a textured knit from Hancock's in a lovely shade of brown. The pattern was easy to sew, and the fit is good. I did make a bigger hem than called for because the top was too long and I didn't bother to cut off the 1" excess. Other than that, no additional modifications were made.
One bit of advice if you sew this pattern: Work carefully when you sew the point at the bottom of the v-neck. I am not totally happy with mine. I debated about taking my seam out and doing it again but was afraid of ripping a hole in the knit. So I left the point as is. It's not perfect, but I can live with it. It was either that or risk a hole in the knit.
As always, Kwik Sew instructions are fabulous with the clear illustrations and well-written directions.