The pattern is BWOF 1-2008-116. It looks like a wrap top, but really it's a top that you have to put on over your head because of the built-in camisole panel in front. This makes it more secure to wear than a traditional wrap top.
I'm grateful to the many other bloggers and Pattern Reviewers out there who paved the way and provided plenty of helpful tips on this pattern so I didn't have to do much thinking while sewing this up. I had to add a seam to the front ties in order to lengthen them, and I used Sigrid's cutting layout in order to fit all the pattern pieces on the folded fabric (BWOF would have you cut it in a single layer and since the ties are on the bias it uses up a lot of fabric). I also followed Debbie's example and sewed each tie into a lengthwise tube so the wrong side of the fabric wouldn't show.
Colette included a cut of a coordinating pink knit that I thought would be perfect as the "cami" that peeks out from center front. To get this, I added a horizontal seam in the front pattern piece. I cut the solid pink for the top portion and the main fashion fabric print for the bottom, this is visible below the wrap ties.
I'm so pleased with how this turned out! And relieved that I didn't turn this awesome fabric into a wadder, as is always in the back of my mind when I'm working with special fabric. I wish you could reach out and feel it yourself, the cotton knit print is just heavenly. I'm looking forward to showing off this top at work this week.
Thanks again, Colette!