I had a feeling that the buttonholes for my blouse would be a challenge. Well they were and are. First I had Lorianne mark where the buttonholes should be. Then I made the first buttonhole with no problem. During the next buttonhole, I ran out of bobbin thread and the buttonhole was a mess. It took me a long time to rip out the threads. I was frustrated to so I waited a few days before attempting them again. Yesterday, I finished sewing five more buttonholes. But I wasn't happy with them because they didn't line up nicely, although they were evenly spaced. Fortunately I hadn't cut them yet because when I held them up to myself I realized they they were on the WRONG side of the blouse. This is an advantage because I get to redo the buttonholes on the right side of the blouse and line them up correctly. The incorrect buttonholes won't show when I sew buttons over them, but I will probably try to unpick them anyway. If I had to charge by the hour for the time I have spent on this blouse it would be a fortune. The out of pocket money I have spent is only the fitting class, and the Butterick pattern as I had the fabric and all of the notions in my inventory. Why do I always have to learn the hard way? So today I will try again.