Searches on the internet gave me silk jersey prices around £45-60 per metre, so I figured I didn't have too much to lose on this purchase if I didn't pay too much for it, and eventually I paid £4.45 including the postage.
I was delighted when my package arrived so quickly in the post, and my initial thoughts were, feels lovely etc etc., but to my horror, and not declared by the seller, there was a large hole in the fabric and it had been written on too. This of course reduced my options as to what I could make from it.
When I first opened my package, I did originally think silk scarf, but decided that was a waste of the fabric, and I really wanted to make this up into a wearable garment so I could decide if I wanted to invest in some more silk jersey to make twin sets, cardigans or even a nice dress. If I am very lucky, I may find some silk jersey in KL when I fly out there next month.
Using my Bento pattern storage system, I looked through my patterns and came across Simplicity 4885 which included a nice little camisole top.