I new when I bought this fabric that I would struggle to cut all of the pieces of my Granville out especially given quite a bit of pattern matching was required. I also decided that to make the shirt a little more feminine I wanted to add some contrasting trim. On a trip to Lincraft I picked up some navy cotton spot fabric. One third of a metre was all I needed to add interest to the cuffs and inside collar and to take the pressure off my meagre plaid shirting. I had to cut the under collar in two pieces and the cuffs the pocket and the yoke on the bias to get the shirt out but am quite pleased with the way it has turned out.
I cut the shirt to a size 6, as per my normal Sewaholic measurements and made very few changes to the pattern. I only had to shorten the sleeves considerably, and run the side seams in slightly at the hips. I really like the shape of this shirt and there will definitely be more.