This is McCall's 7247, I made view B, but with the longer back of view C/D. Most of the reviews I've seen have been for the curved front version shown on the model and a lot of people seem to have found that it comes up much shorter than it appears on the model and that the crossover can open up. Views A/B don't have that problem as it is not a crossover, but an extra overlay on the front.
This overlay feature was perfect for the cream coloured sweater knit I used since there is no chance of it being remotely see through on the front.
This is a quick and easy top to make, the only change I made from the instructions was to sew the sleeves in flat. I serged the seams and used a twin needle on the hems, where I had some problems with tunnelling, but was too lazy to unpick them - at least they all look the same, I'm calling it a feature!
I made a straight size 12 with zero adjustments, have to say my last few McCall's projects haven't had the excessive ease problem that I used to have with them. This size 12 fits my size 12 dressform really well too (definitely no vanity sizing on chinese dressforms!).
Wearing this in real life and actually moving around, that overlay does drape a bit more and can swing towards the centre front and pull on the neckline a bit. I don't mind this, I think it emphasises the overlay more, but something to consider. Of course I have totally failed to capture this in my photos where I wasn't moving around very much!
I was slightly put off making view A/B from the comments in some of the reviews, but I might try and modify the pattern so that the bottom layer extends right into the side seam so there is no danger of belly exposure! Anyway, this is a good basic with a few interesting pattern variations and my cream version goes perfectly with my new brown Jalie Eleanor pants (coming next!) and will probably see a lot more outings before spring arrives.