And a late 1950s pullover "overblouse" pattern - I opted for view 2:
I had to remove all seams and spread it out to see how much fabric I really had to work with. The tricky part was lining up the pockets so the dots were aligned and matched:
And the finished blouse! It's great alone as a summer top or with a turtleneck underneath for cooler weather wear. And note how those pockets are in perfect alignment! ;) The pattern is fairly boxy, so I added vertical contour darts in back for a better, less-loose fit.
It's not spectacular, but it IS versatile and a fun addition to my separates wardrobe - good enough for work or play!