When all the pieces are ready, you will need to block them. I usually just soak my pieces in cold water, then roll them out with a bath towel. The towel will get the majority of the water out.
I laid out and pinned my sweater back (right side facing up) while it was still damp.
Once the back was set, I placed the front side of my sweater up against the back side so I could get it to fit together just right. I let them dry this way for about 1 1/2 to 2 days.
I blocked the sleeves the same as the sweater body.
The front side of the sweater. I had to fix a few tweaks on the front of the sweater by the neckline.
The back side of the sweater.
Here is Mr. Ironman bear modeling the sweater for me.
2 thoughts on “Baby Pullover Sweater, Part 4: Blocking & Finishing”
It looks great! I love the pattern of your yarn, it’s so beautiful 🙂
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