It's really simple to do.
I started with the Oliver + S Hopscotch top pattern and cut out the yoke, back, sleeves, & binding from a knit. The front panel I cut from a woven (AMH voile) adding 4 inches (2 inches on the fold) to the width.
I stitched the front yoke and neckline together exactly as the pattern says.
I finished the lower front of the yoke with a zig-zag stitch.
If I had a serger, I definitely would use it here!
Next up, I did a rolled hem on the top edge of the front panel.
I sewed 2 lines of gathering stitches near the top of the front panel, about an inch/inch and a half in from the sides and pulled them up.
I marked along the yoke's edge 1/2 an inch up with a disappearing ink marker and then pinned the front panel on top of the yoke. The rolled hem should be right against the marked line.
Make sure your gathers are distributed evenly!
I then sewed the panel to the yoke with a straight stitch, using my presser foot as a guide against the rolled hem edge.
From this point on, I was back to following the directions for the Hopscotch top. I used the seam/overlock stitch on my sewing machine to sew/finish the sleeve and side seams. This is especially important when using the voile as it has a tendency to unravel. It would have been a lot quicker if I'd sewn this at my parents' and used my mom's serger but I made do with just the ol' sewing machine.
Voila! The Hopscotch Meet Up!