What do you call a shawl that you design and knit at the beach, lifting it above blowing sand, and avoiding soda, sunscreen and sandy, wet kids while doing so? Well, "Wool and Waves", of course. This is a large, asymmetric (boomerang) shaped shawl. It's easy and made for relaxed knitting. The colors remind me of waves, sky, beach umbrellas and great times where all I needed were a couple of needles, and some laughter to keep me happy. A Mai Tai wouldn't hurt, either!
There is a technique that I used in Painted Windows, where you knit two of the yarns together for a bit - it's subtle and optional. It's not intarsia (but intarsia is awesome and you guys should learn to love it!)
You can purchase the pattern for Wool and Waves directly from the designer on Ravelry. All patterns are sold separately and not included with purchase of yarn.