I think the front fits pretty darn good. The apex points are where they should be and so is the waist.
I'm concerned a little about how the front is rising up in this picture. The two front pieces are shorter as per the instructions, but I may need a FBA. What do you all think? The sleeves are set in rather quickly and poorly so I know they will look better in the final.
And the back...Its better than the first time around, but I wasn't happy. I need the ease over my shoulder blades but not from the mid back down. Also I think shoulder pads would help. I took in the CB seam 1/4" (for a 1/2" total from the mid back and then I blended back out to zero in the picture below this one.
Unfortunately, I didn't press if before my photographer took the picture. A few minutes later she left and I had to attempt taking pictures of myself.
Here's one...It's not all that bad! I think I might just go with it!
I also noticed that the left side is frumpier than the right. I think it has to do with how I set in the sleeves. I set in the left first by pin-easing very, very quickly. Lots of puckers, but it went in...The right was done by crimping. Much better and even quicker!
If you have any advice, please let me know :) I'm thinking of just going for it and cutting into my purple wool! Aww, so scary! My first attempt at a jacket! I figure, the coat will be belted and be crumply (I made this word up) anyways.
I'll keep you all posted on my next step.
Thanks to my newest followers Temporary Cat and Tifia Gabrielle!