You can see the border better in these pictures of the shawl than in the ones of it on the bed. I'd say anyone with a little bit of patience could make this shawl. I used stitch markers to mark ever repeat and was careful to remember which side of the YO the stitch marker belonged on. They are tricky little buggers and like to slip under the yarn overs and end up in the wrong spot.
The yarn has lovely drape, by the way, and the shawl is light enough so as not to be too hot for spring but warm enough that you want to cozy it around your neck on those windier days.
I'm torn now on what to do next. I have the Everyway Wrap on the needles and I can keep plugging away at that, although I know it will be too warm to wear it by the time I would be anywhere close to finishing it. OR I can make another lightweight shawl like Citron, June, Whipped, Fairy Tale, or Aubrey (all of which are in my rav queue). OR I can move on to something else springy, like that hat from Knit.1 I've been wanting to make forever (and have had the yarn for 3 years now). Decisions!