North Roe Shawl. It was free, and it would use up at least two skeins of the yarn, so I cast on and a month later I had a largish triangle shawl. I used almost all of the two skeins, so almost 880 yds. I have seven leaves when counting from the top triangle, then two lacy leaves, then the edging. As you can see, it came out to be about as large as I think a triangle shawl needs to be. I like the pattern, simple, clear and pretty.
Colorsong Yarn. They were kind enough to write a little blog post about it, which you can read here if you're interested.