Not the best picture, I had to turn on the overhead light, but I wanted to get a progress picture before I started on the front bands. The collar was pretty straight forward, although I did some tweaking because I wrapped on all my turns. The decrease rows did a k2tog on those stitches with the next stitch, but there was no way that I was going to do that and work the wrap, so I adjusted my working of additional stitches on the previous short rows so I would work the k2tog just before my wrapped stitch and I could work the wrapped stitch as part of the next addition of stitches. I had to be careful how I did the adjustments so I didn't mess up the stitch counts and thus the shaping. It did take a little trial and error, some math, and a lot of counting, but I got it all to work out. I've also been scoping buttons on line, but haven't made any definite decisions yet. It is exciting to see it coming together, and even more exciting is the fact that it fits me perfectly.
Pattern: Elizabeth Woodville, by Alice Starmore from Tudor Roses (2013 edition)
Yarn: Alice Starmore Hebridean 2 Ply (277 g in Red Rattle & 50 g in Whin)
Needles: US 3 (3.25 mm)