I also made the Henley tshirt View A in plain cotton jersey, which is breathable and authentic for baseball tshirts. I used remnants which were not large enough for a full project. The Visby Top is an ideal pattern to add an understated splash of print or colour to the front panel or contrasts, or to utilise an otherwise expensive or cherished jersey for the front panel as you don't need to buy/use a lot of it! In my case, it was cut fabric for projects that I changed my mind on. In contrast, this pattern is quick to sew up and a reliable fit. It's a versatile pattern with sleeve cuffs and an optional bottom band.
The back of my Henley is the same colour as a the wall directly behind! I was planning on using the marble cream cotton but discovered a drag line running down the back piece I had cut. It looks good either way - contrast on sleeves only, or back and sleeves. The Itch to Stitch Visby pattern is currently 20% off on special release!