This is McCall's 6035. It's one of those patterns that has different cup sizes. Those cup sizes are A/B, C, and D and I'm a DDD, so it wasn't like I shouldn't have known that I needed to adjust the pattern. I thought maybe I could make the 18 D instead of adjusting the 16 to a DDD, but it didn't work out and I had to draw out the pattern with more adjustments.
I didn't do a typical FBA to this at all. Because I really just needed about two inches at the bust, I redrew the front side panel to come out an inch further without adding any length. I just marked an inch further and changed the slope to reach that point. I also doubled the buttons. The fabric is that tiny pink and white plaid cotton from fabricmartfabrics.com. This was the result.
The arms are a little tight and I think this is because I took a vertical inch out of them and they hit a little higher than they would otherwise. It's a little loose around my torso (as in who needs over 5 inches of ease?), but I actually like that as I think when it's more fitted that the size of my chest is a little too obvious. I think the wrinkles are mostly because of my trying to take the picture one handed and still face forward.
When I make this again and I will, I only plan to change a little. I most likely will choose a different collar. If I use the same sleeve, I'll add 1/2 inch to the width around. I might change the curve of the princess seam right above the chest, but I actually think the fit is pretty good.