Okay, so I can use the three-needle bind-off even though the shoulders are bound off on two different rows?
Here's a link to the pattern if that helps: http://www.patonsyarns.com/pattern.php?PID=4966
Instead of doing a normal bind off, would I just do the three-needle bind-off for both rows?
For example, would I do a three needle bind off for first 6 stitches, knit (or purl) the rest of the stitches. Then, turn the work, and bind off the remaining stitches using the three-needle bind-off?
Or can I just bind off the stupid thing in one row and forget about the slightly raised section on the next row?