This was a fairly easy make with a front/back/sleeves and a scarf - oh and a little pocket and flap. I do love a 3/4 sleeve.
The body and sleeves were a basic put together and pocket made use of my practice of creating a curve as used on my Frills-Definitely A Learning Curve post.
This was how the scarf looked once I had sewn one edge to the body and sewn and turned the ends. It was a light fabric to work with so I just pressed and pinned the inside edge and machine stitched it very carefully along the edge of the turn through the neck. Worked a treat and no hand sewing - woo hoo!
A small working pocket on one side with a flat and sweet gold button gave the top a further bit of interest. The photo makes the fabric look a little stretched but that's just the light, not the fabric!
Here's a nice view of the scarf and dart.
I did originally think that the fabric might be a bit "Christmassy" being gold and all, and it got consigned to the loft, but after signing up for Me Made May 14 and having a rummage upstairs I thought, hey, why not. It's not too festive and actually dresses up a dark separate and looks flattering against most skin tones.
Ease factor: Easy - even the scarf piece and the fabric behaved itself so was easy to sew.
Cost: Can't remember as this fabric was purchased ages ago, probably around 1.5 metres