My notes: This pattern was well written and stayed interesting to the end. I made no modifications except to cut the ribbing short on the sleeves when I began to run out of yarn.
I got gauge before blocking, but afterward my stitch count was 1/2 stitch less per inch. I changed to size 2 needles and that fixed that. At 33", it fits perfectly with 1- 2" of negative ease.
On the lace stitch pattern of the afterthought sleeves, I looked at Andi's sample to decide how many lace stitch repeats to do every 8 rounds. I did not want my lace near the short row wraps.
Gynx organic merino Aran in the bamboo colorway. Can you see it's subtle, semi- solid nature? Gah! I've never knit a whole sweater in indie dyer yarn before. That's not normally in my crafting budget; but these skeins were on sale, this KAL was happening, and the Hetty pattern was for a cropped sweater with only three quarter length sleeves. Basically, the planets aligned and it was meant to be mine. Totally worth the knot tying.
You can read more about my enthusiasm for this project -here, partway through- here and my near disastrous yarn shortage- here.