As soon as I had finished up the Robin Hood Shawl I cast on another crescent shaped shawl to use up the leftover yarn. This is the third one of these shawls that I have done with leftover gradiance yarn sets that I have now decided to dub my Color Study series, this shawl will get a name at some point. The first was Tart Berries and Honey and the second was Rose Bud. I like these shawls because they really showcase the colors of these gradiance sets. I love working with the gradiance colors, but in a lace shawl they can be overshadowed by the stitch work. These simple crescent shawls let you really see the interplay of colors, and the contrast border kicks things up a notch. Plus it is a great way to use up leftovers. I hate having leftover yarn. And, as an added bonus, if you need another one, the shawls are great to wear. They stay in place and are warm. I am currently wearing Rose Bud. I usually wear Tart Berries and Honey, but decided to give it a little rest. At this point I have used up all of skein 1 and am about half way through skein 2.
Pattern: Over the Moon by Vicki Mikulak
Yarn: The Unique Sheep Tinsel Toes in Ardent
Needles: US 5 (3.75 mm)