3720 and comes in both a long sleeve and elbow length sleeve version. I believe that I wore things like this in the 80's, but the materials back then weren't as nice. This is made from a new microfiber brushed knit that I ordered from Fabric.com in a color called "raisin". It is all polyester, but doesn't feel cold and slippery like a lot of polyester knits do. In fact, I wore it this weekend when it was chilly, and was really pleased at how warm it felt.
What I like about it:
-no sleeves to set in
-fits snug around the hips, but loose around the waist
-long fitted cuffs to bring in the batwing sleeves
The pattern has a scoop neckline, but I think this would be nice with a hood or cowl neckline too. It looks a little plain without the necklace. It takes around 2-1/4 yards of fabric, which is a lot for a top. I've had dresses that take less! I think you really need a nice thin and drapey knit for this pattern to work. A thicker knit would be cumbersome to wear. I plan to make this again- I bought the same fabric in a cranberry and a pumpkin color. Sounds like I'm still in Thanksgiving mode!