Starting with the wig cap, I found that the shape/size, in the end was too large, mostly in the distance from front to back. So will need reduce the base pattern to make it smaller for the next one.
The second change that I would make is to reduce the number of wefts at the back. It seemed like a good idea initially to give it fullness but it turns out to be just too much. By eliminating some of wefts the drape will be better, less "bushy", & more natural.
The most important lesson was that the quality of the fibers makes it very difficult to control "fly aways". This is not a heat resistant synthetic fiber so limited styling choices - will have to experiment some more.
Lastly, this shade of blonde is rather artificial & washes her out - just doesn't do Yur justice.
The result is serviceable for the first attempt. The wig will most likely be relegated to photos with hats in the long term. Given that the price tag was $1.99 (and still have enough for another wig), it was well worth it for the learning experience...