This is pretty boring on, and that's why I didn't bother asking my small children to have a go at taking photos of me in it (Oh, careful! No, press that big button - yes, that one... Oops, try not to drop the camera!) or drag a stool outside to set up a self-timer photo.
Apart from more liberal use of swimming costume elastic on shoulder seams and neckline, it's pretty much the same shape as another self-drafted t-shirt that I've been wearing to death this year, but that drapes very differently (single layer jersey):
|If you look closely, those red patterns are groups of airplanes|
Anyhow, my plan is to make a dress from the blue fabric:
Given this is a double-layer knit and so more bulky than usual, I'm having to think carefully before sewing. Part of me thinks the interest should be in the cut fabric shapes, and part of me thinks this texturally busy fabric should be made into something that's a plain shape and distinctly untricky. My current thoughts are that
this (Vogue 1179 DKNY) would be easy, and the fabric would be sufficiently different from my khaki version so that people may not notice it's the same dress:
but that this (Vogue 8685 Easy Options) white dress might be interesting, using the fabric at right angles on the waistband perhaps: