I took three shawls that I've completed recently outside this morning to photograph them.
The next one is an example of what to do when you have a skein of multi-color yarn that just doesn't work in any other project. Get a co-ordinating solid color yarn and make what I call my diagonal pinstripes shawl. I start at one corner with four stitches, then alternate the yarns every other row, while also increasing one stitch every other row. It is garter stitch, which is knit every row. When I run out of the multi-color yarn, I pick up stitches along the other short side and do a border of some kind. I've made several shawl like this, using various borders.
And now for shawl number three. This is the only one that is from someone else's pattern.
I haven't spent much time in my yard this summer, so I wasn't aware that I apparently have moles.