Hmmm… When I first put this on and took photos, I wasn’t too sure about it because of the front chiffon scarf-thingy. But today, after getting a bit chilly, I am pleasantly pleased with the warmth of the silk and how flowy this is. I like flowy for some reason, even if it can look a bit like a sail in full wind.I thought – when I first looked at this pattern – that the chiffon was attached to the front edge of the cardigan, in order to mimic the look of a long scarf. But it’s actually a completely separate piece attached at the shoulder and back neck seams. See?This is the “scarf jacket” from Burda 1/2013 #114. It’s an easy and quick sew, apart from hemming the chiffon. Burda suggests a tight overcast stitch, but I used a baby hem. The bottom is only slightly curved, and I cut the long front/collar edge on the selvedge, which made turning and stitching it simple. The back neck is supposed to be bound with a bias strip, but I decided to fold over the chiffon and stitch it to the back neck edge and leave off the bias binding. The fit isn’t snug, and fits well over a long-sleeved shirt. Here’s the back view.