Welcome to the final part of the Meadowland Shoulder Wrap! By now, you should have completed both panels of your Meadowland Shoulder Wrap. The panels are asymmetrical in shape giving the finished look a distinct design giving you several options in styling.
This week we will be blocking and then be joining both panels so that it can be ready for you to wear whenever you want. You can pair this wrap up with elegant slacks or even a cute pair of jeans with boots. The choice is totally yours!
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Optional – Block your piece. Block your piece to measure 30” from side to side, and 10” from top to bottom (do not include the edging).
Bring both panels together aligning the straight sides together, and the angled sides together, and edges on the bottom.
With straight sides on the right side of you, and the angled sides on the left, secure both ends together with a stitch marker so the piece doesn’t come apart.
From the right side, place marker on 26th st (PM A) and 62nd st (PM B) – do this for both panels and secure together. This will make it easy for seaming.
Using a seaming method, I used the mattress stitch, seam from the right corner to PM A, fasten off.
Using the same seaming method, seam from PM B to the left corner, fasten off.
The remaining stitches (the ones between PM A and PM B) are for your neck opening.
Weave in ends and wear.
That’s it! Thank you so much for joining me on this CAL! I enjoyed having you as part of the CAL. Did you enjoy it? Let me know!
As always, much love and happy hooking!