I just completed Vogue 7876 and although it was a little fussy here and there, I am quite pleased with the end result.
I made View A and added the short sleeves from View D using a light weight satin back crepe in a colour best described as champagne.
A little extra time was spent on this blouse as I felt that French Seams were in order and I also bound the raw edges of the facings with bias binding.
The instructions were easy to follow but were missing finishing details for the opening where you thread the sash. A little hand sewing seemed to be the best bet.
One thing that had me baffled was how to tie the darned thing. I played around with it a little bit and although the pictures show the crossover sash going around the back of the blouse and meeting up with the shorter tie at the left side, I think you could probably have it going around the front too. I reversed the fabric for the ties, using the satin side out for a little interest.
Here are a couple of pictures on the hanger.
And yes, those are wrinkles you see. I pressed and steamed the heck out of this thing but it is wrinkling like a son of a gun! Ah well, I am still glad to add it to my wardrobe.