Not wanting to tweak a new design after completing it for the first time is rare.
Sometimes the first time is hideous with germs of a good idea, and sometimes it's decent needing quite a bit of work, and occasionally all I really need to do is up my game on colours and figure out a good way to explain what I did (or do it in a less convoluted way - I kid you not) so that I can teach it.
This one falls in the middle of the spectrum.
Plus for instructions the hotos show nothing useful to someone trying to figure out what's going on in a picture.
Shaping and slightly shrinking the outer layer makes for a more attractive (in my opinion), curvaceous and flirty design.
Much as I sketch and preplan, sometimes you just have to do it wrong first to get it right later.
Oh and by the way, I'll be at Bead and Button again this year - yay! This is the lineup (so far - things change sometimes):