I finished up the knitting Sunday night and finished up the cast off and blocked it on Monday. I ran out of the Divinity (the lightest color) about two-thirds of the way through the bind off, used up the rest of the Cherry Garcia (the variegated color) and then finished off the last two scallops with the Chestnut (the darkest color). I really like the contrast bind off so I will use it when I reknit my first Liken shawl. I've already frogged most of the first shawl, but will need to unkink the yarn before I can knit with it. I'll do a spreadsheet for the repeats of the charts and the extra rows of the variegated. It will be different than this shawl because it turns out that my skein of Chestnut was a little light. It is a really great design for using up all of your yarn because you can adjust the clue repeats or add extra rows of the variegated yarn and it all just works out.
You can really see the contrast bind off in this picture. I can't decide if I like the variegated or the brown better.
Pattern: Liken Shawl by Sivia Harding, modified to be a circular cape rather than a semi-circle
Yarn: Zen Yarn Garden Serenity 20 in Divinity, Cherry Garcia and Chestnut
Needle: US 4 (3.5 mm)