I am loving making this Esme Top from Sew Liberated. I do have to make minor adjustments to it but it's such a fun pattern and well worth it to make. My daughter chose this fun print from Cloud 9 Fabrics that was already in my stash.
The only adjustment I did on this top was to raise the neckline. I personally think the neckline is way too low and wide at the shoulders so a little adjustment makes it fit quite nicely. The length is just right for pairing with leggings.
I love the bit of gathering right under the bib. It adds a fun little detail to the front. Those buttons took me a bit more time than usual to sew on since I wanted to create a thread shank under the button to allow some movement.
When I made the cuffs for the sleeve, I went ahead and pressed the cuff wrong sides together. It creates a nice crease for me to refold after I stitch the sides together. I also finished the edges of the seam allowance with my serger as I went along and trimmed it down to about 3/8" to reduce the bulk on the seam allowance. All together, this pattern is nice to make.