This story is for the knitters who love romantic yarns, if you will. I had posted the Penelope pattern many moons ago because I just couldn’t explain how I came up with the shawl. Now I find my yarn has become popular enough that I must put her story in knitting and writing. The original choice was to knit her upside down, but I couldn’t bring myself to casting on 300 stitches.
So the pattern wanted to be Faroese style with a square bottom. Not all bottoms can be round. There’s always the option to add a border afterwards, but it could spoil the integrity of the story. This subject will be on-going as I continue to build her up.