This thing is going to take for-ev-er to dry.
I'm going to ignore the nagging fear that the sleeves are too long. I did drape a damp sleeve over my arm and saw that the sleeve went almost past my finger tips. That might have just been limp, wet wool being too stretchy. Or, it might mean that my sleeves are too long. If worst comes to worst, I can frog back the sleeve caps, take out an inch or two (or four) of the sleeve body, and reknit the cap. That won't be terrible.
Just in case, I scrunched and compacted the sweater pieces as much as I dared. Usually, I block to size, this time, however, I'm blocking the pieces smaller. The idea is that they'll stretch as soon as they're worn. Because the fabric is squished together, the fibers are going to take and extra long time to lose all that moisture. Ugh! No seaming this week.