turned out a little differently. I don't really work from a pattern. I just do what the wool tells me to do. Sometimes it tells me to do the wrong thing.
This is how the rainbow prayer shawl traveled along its journey. While fighting the minor flu in bed it was a great distraction while listening also to the CBC on the radio.
Now I have finished it and am adding the tassels on the ends. I decided to wrap the outside in four rows of PURPLE double crochet and then add purple fringe at each end of the shawl.
I will "fluff" it in the clothes dryer for a few minutes, and press it before adding a label that says this is a wool/mohair shawl that needs to be washed in cold water. DO NOT put in a washer or dryer. Prayers will be said over it before/while it is presented. On my computer the edges look dark blue not purple/indigo. If you get this with the more easily inserted photos from my library, I will be so happy. Maybe downloading Chrome on Google was a good thing. If you get this so easily, then Alleluia.