Well, the nameless shawl has a name and is finished. I named it Teaberry because the color of the yarn reminded me of the color of the Teaberry gum label, and I really liked Teaberry gum. I used 110 grams of my 116 gram skein, leaving just 23.5 yards left. While I was working on the third section of the lace pattern I contemplated doing three repeats of the motif, which I could have done, if I left off the last couple of rows, which don't have any lace, but I wasn't sure how the shawl would look. Would it have a nice edge? Or would it just look unfinished? I had a spreadsheet that I was using to keep track of my yarn usage and how many stitches I had knit. Yes, I actually calculated how many stitches I should be able to get out of my 450 yards. In the end I just got tired of knitting the lace pattern after that first repeat in the third section, and decided to finish with a knit on border. I decided to use the border from the Diadem Shawl by Ruth Greenwald. Conveniently the number of rows in the border pattern fit perfectly into the number of stitches that I had after finishing the body pattern.