It fits! It fits! I want to knit 100 sweaters in exactly the same gauge with exactly the same bust shaping.
Of course I didn't finish in time for the Colourmart contest, but I am happy anyway because the contest forced me to figure it out.
My wraps at the end of the short rows were (as usual) a little wonky, but I found that with a little patience and a slightly smaller needle I could tease the stitches into looking more even and less noticeable. The photo below is the left side, which wasn't so bad to begin with and the second photo is the ride side short rows, which looked awful before I finessed them.
I did a bit more waist shaping than the pattern called for, and I am at the point now that I need to do some calculations to make sure my shirt isn't going to hit the knees. I am skipping the eyelets in the pattern but am almost to the lace section at the bottom.
I did finish the other item I entered in the Colourmart contest, my bf's reversible cable scarf:
In the background are my newest acquisitions, both Colourmart fingering weight. I'm saving them for the fall-winter contest/KAL in the colourmart group, but they'll probably end up being lacy gifts for some people here in SG.
Time to finish up my work so I can finish packing, eat some delicious Indian food, and start my 26 hour journey home.