You know - if I bothered to pay attention to the directions I might stop giving myself these heart attacks. So I decide to knit this sweater in the round (cos really who wants to do all that seaming if they don't need to?) So thinking myself so smart, I subtract 2 stitches from each side (the ones that would have been sewn in anyways). BUT I jumped up a size in the instructions without noticing it. Bad? Yes. EXCEPT - that there were a bunch of increases I was supposed to do in the pattern, but apparently I only did them 2x instead of 4, so I ended up back at the size I wanted to make in the first place .
Well, at least I can laugh about it. Okay - enough typing, the knitting is calling to me.