The Vogue is out of print and I believe Style Arc has a similar tee. I can tell you how I think you can make this without those two patterns, because I am going to try this again without either of these patterns. On this top, I used the sleeves from S2181 and traced the front portion of the armhole to the front pattern piece and the same for the back. After I sewed this up, the shoulders were to wide. I fixed the cap by sewing it deeper into the body which gave medium results. This is the reason the next version will be with a TNT like Jalie, Kwik Sew or Ottobre's basic tee. ( more on my hypothesis later)
Changes besides the sleeves,
Lowered the neckline by 2 inches
Neckline with self fabric: See my video on how to put on a knit neckline without measuring.
Lengthened top by 2 inches
What I will do next time, or if you do not have this OOP Vogue:
I will take a portion of my knit fabric designated for the top and sew down the pleats. These pleats are marked 1 inch apart and 9 inches long. They are sewn down with 1/4 inch seams. The pattern has 12 pleats going to the center, mine are all going to the left and 11 pleats. Then I will lay my front pattern on top of this and cut it out. That way the sleeves will match the pattern used. I guess you could also spread your TNT top pattern 12 inches out for the pleats if you are using a one layer pattern front.
If anyone has done this similar to my above hypothesis, let me know if it worked out or should I do something different.