I don't think I did it correctly because when I did the short rows I turned before I could continue with the stripe yarn and there is big area before the neck that doesn't have the stripe. I might rip it out I think I did the wrap and turn (short rows wrong).
Mickey, there are no stripes on the neck, so when you do the wrap and turn, there shouldn't be any stripes. If you post a picture of your sweater's neck area, it'll be easier to see if you have a problem or not.
This is what I am having trouble with. I ripped it out and now I'm trying to do the W & T. Do you stop 6 stitches before the beginning marker? Do you just do one W&T after the 6 stitches (Row 1 of Neckline). Is is always just one W & T at the end?
OK. Let me read the pattern and I'll let you know....
Ther are two things going on at the same time for the neckline. You've got the Wrap & Turn, and you are also continuing the raglan decreases for the sleeve/shoulder. I wonder if you didn't notice that? The first W&T is done 6 stitches before the beginning of round marker (which is on one side of the steek), then do a W&T 6 sts before the marker on the other side of the steek. Then, on row 3, you do your decreases AS WELL AS the W&T. After the first 2 rows, you do your W&T the specified number of stitches before the prior wrap. In other words, the first W&T was 6 stitches before the marker. The next one is 4 stitches before the prior wrap, or 10 stitches before the marker. You continue doing the raglan decreases every other row (RS), and also when you go back to knitting in the round.
Does this help? The fact that your neckline stands up makes me think you missed the part about continuing the raglan decreases.