It was perfect, but I didn't want to take the time to draft it all up to my size. Enlarging patterns is time consuming. So instead I took it to Fed Ex and had them enlarge it and print it up on their printer. I didn't waste a lot of time trying to get it exactly the right size. Instead I concentrated on the length, knowing it would be easier to adjust the width. The printout cost less than $10, so it was comparable to a commercial pattern.
Once I got it home I cut it apart and worked on making it my size. My preferred method of enlarging a pattern like this is slash-and-spread. Trying to keep the length and shoulder seams the same size, I slashed the width of the pieces and taped them back together when they matched my measurements.