Kate is done! Here it is looking kind of strange on my bay window.
I knitted the neckband in the rounds and reduced a total of 10 stitches as Clara has mentioned that there are just too many stitches to fit the cast-off edges. I had to sew on the neckband twice as I made a mistake with the neck shaping and one side turned out longer (probably due to late night knitting) when I tried it on. And what horrors confronted me when I had it on. Even though I knitted the smallest size and the gauge was right, it still looked loose on me. Nothing close to the beautiful fit of the other knitalongers.
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So, who was I trying to kid when I thought I could pull off in a halter top? It really tested the patience of my husband who tried so hard to get an angle that didn't expose my awfully bony shoulders in the photo. Having said that, I still love the design and the ASC. Give me another chance, I'll eat more and fatten myself up. I'm wearing it today safely under a cream colour cardigan and it's better that way.