Pattern: Highland Triangle Shawl, from Cheryl Oberle's Folk Shawls
Yarn: Heirloom Alpaca, in a dark grey color. Beware! This yarn has a nap! Be sure to knit it in the right direction or it will fight you every stitch of the way!!)
Needles: Again, don't remember.
Comments: Another fun and enjoyable knit, this shawl took a little less than 8 weeks, I think. It got a little big to carry around toward the end, and it is HUGE! Notice it's hanging off the ends of my hands? I have a six-foot arm span. This thing is giant. And comfy and warm, too. But let me say: this is by far the ITCHIEST, most SCRATCHY thing I have EVER knit!! This yarn has a nap to it, and in the ball it feels so soft and fluffy. But I knit it the wrong way, and once started, I kept going. Bad choice. I rinsed it in Pantene hair conditioner after washing it (another caveat: this is a VERY dirty yarn! I had to wash it three times to get all the soil out) and the conditioner helped a lot. It's still not something to wrap a little baby in, but I can wear it as a sweater.
Oh- and my Little Boy took the picture of me. I'm not really so disproportional!