The pattern description states:
Fabrics: Designed for stretch knits only with 35% stretch across the grain. They suggest: Interlock, jersey, matte jersey, fabrics with Lycra. Pattern includes 1/4' (6mm) seam allowances.
Very close fitting pull-over tops have princess seams, raglan sleeves and triangular insets on front and back. View A has lapped fronts, full length sleeves, and is made from three contrast fabrics. View B has elbow length sleeves and turtleneck.
I made view A, but only used two colours for mine.
This is a little like putting a jigsaw together, however not very complicated, and you can more or less make the whole thing on your serger/cover stitch machine.
The instructions are straight-forward and simple to understand so this would be possible for a competent beginner to make.
I had a little of the black and white fabric left over from my Jalie scarf-collar top blogged about here last year, and some ribbed black knit, so decided they would work well together.
I would highly recommend this pattern if you want to create a top with a little difference, and while I only used two colours in my top, you could use 3 or even more if you want a rainbow burst of colour lol.
Catch you later.