I've been working pretty steadily on my final Camp Loopy project. I didn't do as many garter stitch rows at the bottom as the pattern called for because my row gauge is different. I knit the body to a length that works for me - about 10 inches and then split for the upper body shaping. I noticed that the pattern didn't have much in the way of shaping for the armholes, so I added that as well. I worked 8 1/4 inches for the armhole length before I did the short row shaping for the shoulders.
After finishing the body I did a 3-needle bind off to join the left shoulder and then picked up stitches to start working the short rows. I ended up picking up 48 stitches along the right edge. I worked 1 row and then on the next right side row I cast on the stitches for the armhole. I ended up casting on 43 stitches, which should give me the right length for the armhole. My total stitch count came out pretty close to the stitch count for the third size (91 compared to 93) so those are the directions I am using for the short rows. I've finished one wedge and have started the second.
Pattern: Short-Row Vest by Carol Feller
Yarn: Shalimar Yarns Enzo Sport in Neptune and Glacier
Needles: US 4 (3.5 mm)