OK, I am embarrassed to admit how small my wardrobe has gotten. Everything (all 4 shirts, ) I own is like more than 5 years old, and I cannot find RTW clothes that appeal to my taste any more. (And what does that say about me, LOL!) Anyway, I ordered a bunch of new Kwik Sew patterns for me to make some new shirts, but I got impatient waiting and remembered that Allison sent me a tracing of a simple top that she had drafted that I had never found the time to try out. I LOVE IT! This is a super easy and fast top. I tried it out first on a few $1 knits from Walmart, and then started in on the latest additions to my stash. Sorry the photos are not great: A tan and white stripe rib knit: Plain white textured knit: Cheap rib knit from Walmart (apparently I cannot get size tags centered, LOL) Same top in action at the zoo last month: (And, no, that is not my daughter on exhibit in the pen. There are elephants hiding in there somewhere. The fences do not do much to keep kids out but there is a moat to keep the animals in, LOL!) A bad pic of my fave, a crinkle floral I got here from someone: I feel good enough about my binding foot now that I am comfortable using it on real clothes that I am going to wear. I wasn't sure how the crinkle would bind, but it seem fine and not too stretched out like I worried it might. Now I don't even feel like trying my new KS patterns. This one is so easy I can whip up a new shirt in less than an hour, and it looks and fits great! Thanks for looking, and my apologies to mamas on dial-up. I was feeling photo happy today.