While I was at Kid n Ewe in November, I bought some Brooks Farm Primero. It's a 100% kid mohair laceweight yarn with a soft, subtle halo and a vibrant colour that sucked me in. It's not quite red, not quite pink, but it has a gorgeous deep purple that runs throughout. I knew right away that it would become something for Mum for her birthday. (March 17th...that's right, I'm behind on birthday knitting for two of three parental units now.) I only bought one skein, so I had to be careful of yardage as I only had 500 yards to play with. Enter the Shetland Triangle from Wrap Style.
Knit on size 5 US Addi Turbo Lace needles, the final wrap is a touch small. While it's long enough to drape over each shoulder and hang granny-style, it's just barely long enough to overlap across one shoulder. I've taken it off the needles and blocked it, but I haven't decided if I'm going to frog back and try to add in another repeat (hence the unwoven ends.) I would be cutting it dangerously close to not having enough yarn anyway and realistically, one repeat would only add another couple inches. It is pretty and would be fantastic bigger, but the thought of getting all those stitches safely back on the needles is making it seem just fine the way it is. Bicoe seems to agree, she tried to eat the ends off so I wouldn't have to weave them in after all. Tasty!