Colorama Crescent Shawl in 4 sizes
Alternate one solid yarn with one slowly-self-striping yarn in the fingering-to-sport weight range, and make this breathtaking piece to wear.
Use an Evolutions colorway from Twisted Fiber Art to make your crescent a rainbow of slowly-changing color. (Sample here is [Kabam! Evolutions] double, Colorway: Circle)
Colorama is shaped as most of a circle. This helps it not fall off your shoulders while you move, and is flattering to many shapes and heights.
The patterning is all done on the knit side. Simple eyelets with zigzag/chevron patterning make a simpler knit than many shawls, with all of the visual "pow!" Two rows with one yarn followed by two rows of the other come out looking as if they are much more than stripes, but that is how easy it is.
This shawl has attracted much attention at knitting gatherings. It is guaranteed to land you some lovely complements while you wear it!
The pattern works top down. This means you can stop when you run out of yarn, or wh