The triangle shawl is about half dry, the light is uneven in the sewing room so I'm only showing a piece of it.
I've tried to be a little aggressive with the blocking, so that the stitch definition will still be good after I unpin it.
Now that it's on the wires (blocking wires from Knitpicks), it's easy to see that there are four stitch patterns. The first three are leafy (leaf, fir cone, a leaf from a Japanese stitch dictionary), and the last one is ripple. The first and last are from Evelyn Clark's book, and the other are patterns I wanted to try out and crammed into the chart. I was trying to go from a fairly closed leaf to more open patterns, and while I think it was a good theory, they kind of all seem to have the same amount of openness. The ripple at the bottom is the most open, and I think it makes a nice border.
Hopefully, it will be totally dry later today, although I may leave it pinned out until tomorrow regardless.
Rhonda--I'll definitely bring it to knit night once I'm back in town, provided that I don't lose it while I'm travelling!