The yarn used was Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball in the colorway Community Coral.
And also, of course, I can't leave well enough alone and just let the colors show up where they will. Well, actually I did - up through the first chevron, but as the shawl got longer and wider, I decided to cut up the skeins and roll balls of single colors so I could control the color placement a little better.
I wasn't much concerned with how the single stripes ended up laying, but I wanted the two darker (wider) chevrons to balance each other. Looking at the above picture, I think they do - more or less.
But now I'm left with many mini balls of yarn of different colors, looking for just the right project to use them in:
At the moment, I'm thinking I will mix them with some compatible yarn(s) and make a linen stitch scarf.
On another YOP note, Maria at Yarning With Ruby has suggested we YOPers meet up on Zoom. I'm happy to say, this morning our small group from church used Zoom to meet up and I liked it (once I got over seeing my own mug on the screen). I've got my comfy little spot ready to sit and chat with my fellow YOPers if we can manage to make it happen.
For non YOPers, I hope mentioning ZOOM encourages you to use it (or other chatting options) online to connect to someone(s) during this time of physical distancing (if that appeals to you). I'm an introvert who's fairly happy to have long days to myself, but even I have started to crave a little face time with other human beings. Now, if I can just get my sons to agree to meet me on it...
Wash your hands.
Please keep healthy.