I have a pattern in the recent issue of Knitscene.
Gambel is a top-down, triangular shawl. The upper portion of the shawl is a very simple k2, p4 rib. The bottom edge has a series of large eyelets that flow organically from the ribbing. The eyelets are created using a series of double decreases and double yarn overs.
The shawl calls for 4 skeins of The Fibre Company Terra. This was my first time working with Terra. It is a heavy worsted/aran weight, single ply yarn. The yarn has little slubby portions in it which brings a lot of interest and texture to the shawl.
The pattern itself is pretty easy to modify. If you want to make the shawl larger, keep repeating the ribbing chart and/or the eyelet chart.
Here are some of the pictures I took before I sent the shawl off to Knitscene. Juliana was my very willing model.