Here it is laid out flat.
Fold in half at the stitch markers and sew arm/side seams - did those on the machine with a narrow zigzag in exactly 5 minutes.
Love it - the style is almost exactly what I wanted...almost.
It was a quick knit, and I LOVE the yarn - my first experience with lace, and it was good. You can stretch lace as much as you like, to a point, but you still can't make this long-sleeved.
The seams will look better after I block it, but I always have to wear it before I block it - I'm lazy that way.
So here's the problem - see those little holes by my neck right at the top of the shoulder? Those are supposed to be buttonholes! The pattern implies you should put them 1/2" and 1-1/2" below the stitch marker, but what they really meant was go "midway" down and put them - ARGH!
So I found a gap where I increased a stitch, and will call that a buttonhole, but I really need another one to make it secure.
Oh well, guess I'll email the company to let them know they have an error, and the sleeves are really NOT long-sleeved. On the other hand, I have a whole 'nother skein of the same yarn in a different colorway, so perhaps I'll do this again the correct way with extra length for sleeves....hmmmm....