I left the hem and sleeves unhemmed (at least for now) since the fabric doesn't fray at all and I was concerned that folding it under would make it look too bulky.
(Ignore the clay on my pants and sleeves! Ridiculously, I chose to wear this to help with the pottery class at my son's school, where I somehow fell into the role of assisting the kids on the wheel. Not a bad way to spend the morning, but probably should have photographed the top beforehand!).
Overall, I was incredibly pleased with this pattern. I made a size 2 with a petite alteration in the waist, though usually I like my tops a bit more fitted, so I'll try a 0 next time. With some major strategic planning and clipping about an inch off the length of the cowl, I even managed to cut the pattern from about 1 1/8 yard of fabric. Next up: a wool dress? We'll see if I can pull off two garments in a week!