I'm back. I got a late start on this project (darn things like work and life in general just seemed to interfere with the whole thing, lol!) and now I've got questions. I'm making the Knitting Pure and Simple Henley Tshirt #9727 in size XL. I haven't gotten to the part where I divide for the sleeves yet, but it appears that the upper part of the Tshirt is going to be rather long for me. See, I need the circumference of an XL but I'm only 5 feet tall. I originally thought I'd just make the whole thing shorter, as the pattern says to "knit...until work is 1 1/2 inches less than desired length". However, I didn't stop to think that the top portion might need adjusting. (The blind faith of a newbie, right?) All I thought was that the circumference needed to be the right size, and length needed to be the right size. Anyway, to get the size I need it says to work the "yoke" until I have 99 stitches between the two stitch markers that mark the back. I'm at 83 now, so with the increases only coming every other row it's going to add some length until I get there. Does anyone know if there's an easy way to modify this so my neckline and arm holes don't end up around my waist? I have emailed the KP&S site to ask for their advice, but not sure how good they are about responding to emails.