Happy Homemade, straightened the line of the leg and added back and side pockets from pattern I. In a soft and thin black denim the pants were easy to sew. The waist is elasticised (I added an 'x' at the back waist to secre the elastic) and I threw in a bit of topstitching at the hems just because I felt like they needed something extra.
Girls Style Book - you can see my previous version here. This is a great trans-seasonal top because it looks lovely with a long-sleeved top underneath on colder days. When I checked the cupboard for an appropriate fabric I found I had just enough of this soft, flowery voile, last used several years ago to make an amazingly similar top (which pre-dates this blog, but you can see it on my Flickr stream, along with the many Oliver + S ice cream dresses I made back in those days!). I made just two modifications to the pattern: omitting the ruffles on the sleeves and taking a couple of centimetres off the centre of the front and back pattern pieces.
Morry strolled by as we were photographing and scored a starring role in the one-and-only sharp focus shot: