I cast off this shawl a few weeks ago, and then it took a couple of weeks to finally block it... and another couple of weeks to get photos of the finished product (post coming soon). The pattern is Daybreak Shawl by Stephen West, and I used Knit Picks Chroma yarn in Bittersweet Heather and Orchard. Only one skein of each was required, which made for an inexpensive but beautiful knit. I fell in love with the colors as they laid out in the pattern and the medium size is just right for a nice scarf that won't fall off of your shoulders constantly like some of the other triangular shawls that I've made in the past.
One thing that I would do over if I could would be to purchase some blocking wires. As you can see in the bottom photo I had pretty close spacing with my pins but the scalloped edge couldn't really be avoided. I'll just have to say that it was on purpose. :) Photos of how it looks in wear are coming soon!