I used Butterick 5356 pattern for this top. I usually use a size 14 pattern for tops. I made the M (12-14) and the fit is good, so it runs a little big. I really like this pattern. The neckline is not too wide or too low, and there's just enough gathers. The neckline is finished with a self-fabric bias strip. I like this method and use it often. The sleeve edge is suppose to just be hemmed up, but I added a band so that I would have the contrast of the green fabric on the lace. This pattern works best if a light weight, drapey fabric is used.
I used a thin cotton-blend fabric that was given to me and the lace was a small piece leftover from another project. I added the lace to the upper front only. I've used the pattern before. All I paid for was the thread, so basically this top was free.
I made this long enough to wear with leggings. I cut it at the tunic length, but hemmed it more than the pattern called for, so it's between the 2 pattern lengths.
Here's a close-up of the front: I love the cream colored lace on the green fabric.