What are you most proud of? That I made something that I will actually wear, and doesn't look too homemade. It fits well, although I did add 3" to the sleeve length. And I added 2" in the back so I could put in some pleats, partly for fit, partly to relieve some of the vast acreage of pink. Not bad for my second shirt. What advice would you give someone starting this project? The 1/4 inch seam allowances leave little room for error, I learned the hard way. Pam suggests making them all 5/8" and that would be great at the collar and stand and cuffs. I also made French seams at the shoulders, sleeves and sides. I'd rather have clothes pins on my soft parts than try flat felling inside a sleeve again. I have no skill with either the felling foot (a.k.a. Little Feller) nor the hemmer foot. I also fused the inner yoke as it was cut on the bias, and my prior experience with the yoke trick stretched the inner yoke to the point of bagginess when the shirt was pulled right side out.