Yep. I'm playing house-model again, poncing about the studio in another knitty viscose dress (and slightly weirdy half-sticky-up hair).
For the knitting machine geeks: It was knit in a fake rib, with every second needle out of work, 90 working stitches, 3 balls of yarn per side (I didn't count rows), with 25 stitches for each shoulder and a quick cast-off-cast-on for the neckline. Made on Sunday afternoon. I'll eventually get around to Ravelry with it.
the blue version (and would close up the armhole a smidge more if I had a scrap of the yarn left).
I'm a bit tempted to try a similar thing in different yarns, to get a feel for what the shape (or lack of) can do.... but how many rectangles can a girl ponce about in?