It's in "The Opinionated Knitter." It is a blanket made of four interlocking pieces. Meg Swanson's notes are included, and she recommends both the wrap and concealing the wrap if you don't want holes in the blanket. I tried it with just the wrap, and unless I am doing it incorrectly, it doesn't become invisible. Where this differs from wapping in a short row is that with each turn, you need to slip another stitch. It seems impossible to both slip the stitch and conceal the previous one. The blanket appears in the blog of Jared Flood, "Brooklyn Tweed," and it is seamless, no holes where the mitered turns are- he wrote that he knitted it as suggeted by Meg, so I wish to do the same, as I want to achieve his look. I am an intermediate level knitter at best, and so believe that the underlying problem is my not understanding the technique here. Thanks for any help you have to offer!