I'm having fun getting creative and more elaborate with my shawls and I'm really happy with how this one turned out. This is meant to be a sister shawl to the Sakura Shawl that was shown recently, keeping in the theme of Japanese flowers. So this one is named the Kikyou (Bellflower) Shawl.
This shawl was constructed the same way the Sakura shawl was: first working on the edging then knitting bottom-up on the body. The finishing touch was a picot edging at the top.
This shawl took about a week to knit, most of it was spent working on the bottom edging. It was one of the more complex patterns I had ever knitted, especially the bellflower lace in the middle. Also, this was crafted using the thinnest yarn I have ever worked with, a step down from the fingering yarn that I'm used to working with! I'm glad the hard work paid off, I'm really proud of this shawl. And yes, the pre-made shawl is for sale, if you are interested.