wow. you have such restraint. Its so beautiful, i would be SO mad about the yarn. i would send them a curt email with a link to your blog so they can see how the yarn has really affected your work. again, the design is totally beautiful. I've purchased the one skein wonder pattern, any chance you'd be willing to share your alterations?
'course! I made the increases YOs. Because you need a knitted stitch between the YO raglan increases, I took that knitted stitch from the 'back', not the 'sleeves' (I hope that makes sense).
Also, because the lace pattern is worked on the ride side rows, i shifted all the raglan increases to the purl rows. It meant I knit into the front and back of the first AND last stitch of every wrong side row, and made no increases on right side rows.
Feather & fan takes 18 stitches. the pattern is:
R1: K to end
R2: P to end
R3: *K2tog 3 times; K1, YO 6 times; K2tog 3 times*, repeat to end
R4: K to end.
When you start, you need to centre that pattern in the back portion of the OSW (place a marker at the beginning and end of each lace repeat! trust me! i ripped because of that!)
You don't start knitting the lace pattern into the sleeves until you have 18 stitches on the sleeves.
Once you have one lace repeat in any portion (sleeves or back), you can knit half the lace pattern on either side of that first repeat every time you have nine stitches on each side 'spare'.
When counting the 'spare' stitches, don't count the stitch that's between the raglan increase YOs.
Do NOT knit a half-repeat of the lace pattern on the sleeves before you have a full repeat. It doesn't work out.
When you don't have enough stitches to do a lace repeat (or half a lace repeat), just knit across those stitches.
I hope that helps a little?