Among the jumbled pile of fabrics upon our guestbed sat some dusty rose rayon jersey. Much the same as the navy I used for my Oslo muslin it could nicely fill a niche color- and garment-wise. It had turned out to be too thin for a decent Myrtle and become a fabric orphan. This was just the push I needed to work the adjustments to see if I would like the Oslo better with a better fit through the shoulders. The new version is cut as a medium through the shoulders with a fake knit FBA and 4 inches added to the sleeves to eliminate the cuff. One more muslin will probably be necessary for the fit to be good enough for a heavier weight fabric, but once sewn up this should tell me if it is headed in the right direction or just a headache.