I've been making steady progress on the Debbie Bliss Baby Bolero. My knitting friends (is 3 people a group?) have been meeting on Wednesday evenings in addition to Saturdays, and I've dedicated myself on Wednesdays to finishing this sweater!
I finished both edgings and attached them. I picked up stitches from the bottom of the first edging, and undid the cast-on. I also grafted the top. The short rows the second time are not as pretty; also, where I wove in the ends at the back seam, the fabric is noticably thicker.
After attempting to set in the first sleeve and having too much left over, I attempted a second time, more carefully. So currently, only the back half of the left sleeve is attached, but I think it will seam up just fine. I wonder if seaming the sleeve first, and then setting it in would be easier? But I was just following the directions. I think a lot could have been done to make the directions clearer and easier. And, for example, suggesting a provisional cast-on for the edging, and grafting for the top?
The end is so near, I can taste it!