Elizabeth now has her blouse and top skirt. There were no particular problems with the patterns.
I would suggest doing as I did, marking the ends of rows in the turn-fests of rows 47 and 48.
An unusual stitch which cropped up was the use of KRPR (Knit,
Return to LH needle, Pass next stitch over, Return to RH needle) as a better right-leaning decrease match to SKP than a simple K2tog. This is interesting as most people ponder over matching the left-leaning decreases rather than worry about right-leaning ones.
But the hems!!! The hems!! The sleeves, the top and the skirt are all hemmed. This makes a pretty shape, but sometimes seemed a bit hem-mad.
A tip - when knitting with black yarn, save the making up until daylight hours. Knit something else in the meantime, if need be. This saves the time of having to unpick a seam and do it again once you've seen it in the light!
Now what would a witch be without her hat? So that is the next item on the agenda.
All cast on and ready to go.