I feel a bit un-original posting this top -- a pdf option has made the pattern much more readily available so lovely versions of the Tova are popping up all over blogland. Not that that's a bad thing. I love this pattern -- it sews up quickly, fits well, is comfortable and looks great. And, despite it's popularity online, I'm pretty sure I'm not in any danger of showing up somewhere in the same outfit as some one I know :).
Mad About Patchwork. I'd highly recommend her shop for quick shipping and great costumer service. And we obviously think alike -- she's currently making a Tova out of aqua shot cotton.
verykerryberry is hosting a sew-a-long of this pattern and has some great posts and tips. I joined but apparently am not very good at "sewing along" and and finished early :).
By the way, the last time I made this, I had trouble with the collar fitting properly. This time I staystitched the neck edge and it was fine.
edited to add: I finally coerced my six year old into taking a picture for me. I really like this colour and I like this top but a word to the wise if you're going to use shot cotton -- it frays. Like crazy. I really did mean to increase the seam allowance this time so I could do French seams but wasn't even thinking when I cut this out. Guess I should write stuff like that on my pattern pieces, shouldn't I? When I get time to sew I'm always anticipating being interrupted so don't always pay enough attention to what I'm doing . . .