I thought it was done, then I wore it for two days straight. However, every time I saw a mirror all I could think was 'That sweater should be about an inch or two longer'. Sigh, so you know what I did next. Yup, I pulled out most of the collar (I stopped at the short row part as I should be able to finagle the pickup row into looking okay on the new hem rows) and unpicked the sewn bind off on the bottom hem.
I wore it for the 2 days and LOVED it, just that length thing really bugged, so it is all back on cables now and I am working on adding another 12 rows to the bottom ribbing. You'd think I would have learned by now to trust that intuition and really look at my gauge swatch (it only grew in stitches across not in rows, so it should have been obvious my sweater wouldn't grow that way either), but no, I didn't. I suspect I was feeling a bit tired of working on it and just wanted it to be finished and my impatience has now bit me in the a$$.
The upside of my current misery is that I will have a sweater I am in total love with at the end, I just need to remember to keep my patience in the future when I knit (like that'll ever happen!). That patience will be sorely needed with the next cardigan I am working on, #49 Milk from Verena of fall 2010. It is a nice long cardi that will take quite awhile to complete.