I kinda wonder what I was thinking when I even bought this cloth—“cream” and “blue” and “yellow” aren’t exactly common in my wardrobe—but those pink peonies are glorious…  The cloth was on clearance at Joann Fabric earlier this year, and I bought enough to make a shirt, but wasn’t sure which shirt pattern I’d use.  Enter the Goodwill Vintage Pattern Bonanza, of which this Simplicity 1692 from 1956 was a part.  The last image is to show a better view of the pattern matching across the front, because I’m still amazed when I manage to pull that off. (I don’t like the effort of pattern matching, but I like even less when the pattern is ignored and the finished product has pattern placement that repeats really obviously on either side of a major meeting line.)  It fits well, but I don’t have any skirts that really go with it…I’ll need to make one, I guess, probably dark pink or burgundy, because those are colors I do normally wear…