No more progress on Roam since Saturday. But as the seams were finished that night, I was able to try it on. It is about 4 inches longer than it is supposed to be. That is how much it stretched with washing. I was actually tempted to get it wet again and throw it in the dryer. If I start considering that again I may have to call a friend to talk me down.
I stopped myself because I will get some wear out of it if I leave it as is. But if I put it in the dryer, something really wonky might happen. It's long, but I always thought it would be just a casual sweater. But if I am going to do anything to try to shorten it, I should do it prior to adding the I-cord and zipper. Any advice?
Meanwhile, the whole family was free on Sunday so we put the dogs and fishing gear in the car and headed up to a creek near Lassen National Park. Riding in the car, I was able to continue far enough on my Jaywalker Socks (link to free pattern on Ravelry) to see the pattern emerging in the Lorna's Laces. While knitting I did notice an error I had made earlier. About halfway up that middle column of paired increases, one of the increases is one stitch over too far the right.