As you know, I am pretty rubbish at coming up with names for my shawls. This one is called the Sundae Shawl because it looks like one of those wafers that you stick in your ice cream when you are having a treat. And it also looks great in ice-cream colours. The yarn I used here is by Fleabubs.
It works really well with bamboo / merino mixes, although any yarn would work well with it. Plus it is one of those patterns where it will keep on growing if you have the yarn and follow the pattern of the rows, but the examples shown are post blocking and used just 400m of yarn.
It looks pretty great in grads too. This one is by Hooking Marvelous and it reminds me of a sunrise or sunset.
My next shawl will be revealed fairly soon as I did a special one-off pattern for one of the collaboration yarn boxes produced by Unbelievawool, Truly Hooked and Dye Candy. It uses three different skeins of yarn and is a bit of a departure for me but I am quite pleased with how it has come out!