I am knitting a shawl (Teardrop Shawl by Cotton and Cloud) and am confused by the edging instructions. Once the main section has been completed, there are 408 stitches on the needle. I have attached a copy of the pattern for the edging. So, once the 9 stitches have been cast on, the instruction cites to work the following 16 rows. There are 24 rows to the pattern. Is this a typo?
When row 1 has been worked, it will have worked the 9 stitches cast on and one stitch from the main section of the shawl. What happens next? Is row 1 repeated all the way along for the remaining 407 stitches on the needle to the end or do I turn my work at this stage and commence row 2 with the few stitches that are on the needle from working row 1? If the latter, I assume I would then work row 3 once and turn my work and purl back again and continue in this manner until all 24 rows had been worked and then I start back from row 1 again?