This is an homage to Stephen West's the doodler, taking inspiration from the shape, but of course different because it is crochet.
The base of this shawl is in tweed stitch, which is 1dc, 1ch, repeated, working dc’s into the chain spaces you make. You create each wedge and break them up with a border colour. There is a ripple style main border and & additional border along the straight edge. It’s shape is an asymmetric semi-circle. You start with a foundation chain and use two different size hooks. Other than the foundation chain, (and possibly the borders) this shawl is quite easy, and great for stitch nights.
There are to different versions - a rainbow one, and a two colour one.
In the rainbow version, you will use 40g of 7 different colours plus 100g of a second colour.
The different ways you could combine colours are numerous and exciting! Each section uses just under 30g, with any yarn over being incorporated into the borders.
You will need approx 150g of each of the colours for a two colour shawl.