An out-of-print pattern for a blouse with a deep V-neck and sleeve variations. I've made it three times, most successfully in a black silk charmeuse bought in Arab Street, Singapore. The neck is low cut and wide at the top, making the shirt distinctly cold to wear in chilly weather. The armhole is smaller and therefore the sleeve narrower than many other blouses of the last couple of decades, making this pattern a good choice for a narrow fabric, like the old 90cm/36in. I made it first in a really wild Liberty paisley bought as a remnant, which I then kept for about 15 years (during which I did very little sewing) before I found a pattern I could use with it. The pleated yoke is a distinctive feature that harks back to the forties and also reappeared in the seventies.