Exactly what is an easy pattern? Easy to sew because the instructions are well written? Easy to sew because you have some experience and are aware of the unwritten steps?
This is an absolutely adorable pattern designed for sheer fabrics such as voile, chiffon and georgette. The fabric selected is a black chiffon print which also has a secondary design of a stripe.
Here is a section of the instructions.
Lay out your pattern on a cutting mat and use a rotary cutter rather than scissors to cut out your pattern. Since the layers of fabric are sheer they have a tendency to shift when using shears.
The bodice front and blouse back are sewn to the yoke using an envelope method. The bodice front and backs are rolled up and tucked inside the yoke while the seams are sewn. This allows for the seams to be enclosed . While it is an easy technique, the fabrics rolled up are difficult to keep in place while trying to sew the seams. This problem is solved by rolling up the sections and then pinning with safety pins.
This looks strange, but the results are quite nice:
You can see the basting stitches still in the sleeve fabric. If you need to clip the basting stitches to relax the sleeve fabric, go ahead and clip away (but just clip the basting stitch, not your fabric).
Almost finished....... finishing touches tomorrow!