I love sewing with this type of fabric - it's so easy to sew and press. And there are so many beautiful prints and colors to choose from. Maybe that's one reason I enjoy making quilts.
For this shirt, I used Butterick 4659 and I made view B. It's now out-of-print, so I guess I've had it a long time.
I used a pink floral cotton that I got at Joann Fabrics. It took 3-1/2 yards of fabric and 6 buttons. Even though this is a quilting cotton, it's a little bit heavier than normal and it doesn't wrinkle badly. I don't usually go for pink, but I really like this fabric.
I started with my usual size 14 and added a little at the lower center back to give me more room at the hip area. I had to remove 2 inches from the shoulder width (normally I remove one 1 inch). And it's a little big thru the bust and upper back. I probably should have started with a size 12 pattern. I made view B and I like the collar style, but it was a little tricky to sew.
This is a nice pattern. I like the princess seams and the collar and the sleeve cuffs are interesting. I've worn it to work and it's very comfortable. So, I would say this pattern is a keeper.