That was such a quick little shawlette to make that I have sorted out the yarn to make two more. This one is some vintage mohair with sparkles running through it.
This is Paris by Wendy Yarns, long since discontinued, and its 81% Mohair, 11% Wool, 8% Nylon and the colour is called Antibes.
As I was knitting it up the colours reminded me of something and then I realised what it was. About 15 years ago I worked at Birmingham International Airport for Alpha Retail, the company that ran the Duty Free shops, and although I worked primarily behind the scenes in the offices I knew most of the products that we sold. It reminded me of Dior's Fahrenheit bottle, not for long though, it soon changed into a more stripey pattern.
Because of the long colour changes in the yarn it made it difficult when it came time to join in the next ball of yarn and I had to wind yarn off and cut and join in the right place to try to keep the colour sequence flowing. I've done that before with a baby jacket!
The photos really don't do this shawl justice and its so much nicer in real life.