I hadn’t planned to push into summer sewing just yet but when Ann at Gorgeous Fabrics declared March 22nd as International Cut Into That Fabric Day, it was just the nudge I needed to choose this month’s project. I have some lovely rayon batik that I’ve been dithering over. Barely a yard, just enough for a woven tank or other sleeveless shell-type of top. I spotted Simplicity 1467 on someone’s blog and decided that was the one to try. There isn’t quite enough of the batik; I won’t be able to squeeze in the facings. The facings are needed; I can’t replace them with bias binding so will have to find something in a soft, drapey woven. Hancock’s is advertising some rayon challis so I will see if I can find a good color match. Suggestions, anyone?