With right sides facing sew the centre back seams together. Neaten with an overlocker/serger seam and press towards the wearers left.
From the right side of the garment sew a 6mm (¼”) topstitch down the centre back on the side of the wearers left.
*Disregard the seam above the welt in these photos.
With right sides on the outer, press the fused welt in half lengthways and stay stitch along the cut edges to hold in place.
Sew the welt between the markings on the pattern, with the raw edges facing towards the armhole.
With right sides facing sew the pocket bag along the welt stitch line. Turn to the right side and understitch on the side of the pocket bag.
With right sides facing sew the pocket bearer above the welt seam.
Cut into the corners and through the middle, post through the cut middle to the wrong side and sew through these cut angles catching the welt, pocket bag and bearer together creating a pocket. Neaten around the pocket with an overlocker/serger.
Sew and edge stitch to each end and along the base of the welt to secure it in place.
With right sides facing sew the two short ends of the binding together, turn to the right side and press in half lengthways.
With right sides together sew the binding to the armhole, press the seam towards the binding and understitch close to the seam on the side of the binding.
Turn the binding to the inside of the armhole and pin in place. Once the binding is sitting flat sew a 6mm (¼”) topstitch around the folded edge of the binding securing the binding down.
With right sides facing pin all the trims together in the correct manner which matches the body, once in place sew the trims together and press the seams open.
Press the outer seam allowance of the trims inward.
With right sides together pin the trims to the edges of the body matching the notches. Once in place stitch the trims to the outer edges of the body. Press the seams towards the trim and understitch close to the seam on the side of the trim.
Pin the trims to the body, once in place stitch around the outer edges of the turned in seams with an edge stitch.
The wrap is right over left, note the snap positions which are marked on the pattern.
Top body studs: Sew one post stud on the inside of the right top corner and the other post stud to the right front on the inside as marked on the pattern.
Lower body studs: Sew one socket stud on the outside top neck corner of the left body and sew the other socket stud to the outside left body as marked on the pattern.
Lightly press your new wrap.