Note: Dots are made using P2tog and are not bobbles - no turning!
Note - you need to wet block the shawl out and forward into a crescent. This will: 1. Give you the proper size/shape, 2. Eliminate pulling at the edges, and 3. Stretch out the border so it doesn't curl. If done with the needle size, number of rows and blocked, the border does not curl.
There should be a K1 before MD K2 on line 9 and if you're making the shawlette/smaller size you only need to do 9, not 10, repeats of the dots. You can do the 10 but your yarn may run short.
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First in a series of two (so far) shawls that seek
to show off gorgeous, hand dyed variegated sock yarns in unusual ways. Designed as part of my portfolio for the [Rhode Island School of Design Hand Knitting Program].
Dot separates out the colors into dots against a solid background. Watching the colors separate and unfold across th