The Praze an Beeble Shawl, is a crescent shaped shawl, worked from point to point - sideways - with the bobble edging worked as you go along. It is an easy shawl, but it can be a bit tricky to see where you are going at the start—there is a photo tutorial in the pattern, and a video link too. The pattern uses mostly treble crochets and chains. There are some increases to start and decreases using tr2tog. I have written the pattern for three different weights, although it would easily be adapted for others and I have written a description of how to achieve that.
You will need just one skein of 4 ply yarn. I used 1 x 100g skein, 366m, Hand dyed by Kate, Sparkle singles 4ply, “Colour Theory”, 95% SW Merino, 5% Stellina, and a 4mm hook (to create a drapier fabric) If your yarn has more yardage that won’t matter and I let you know how you can adapt to use the whole skein. I chose this because it has very short colour runs - almost speckled. This gives a better overall effect when crocheted up.
I think the mottled look is effective in 4ply, and that a plain, or kettle dyed yarn would also look good. It could also work if you have a very long fade - such as an ombre yarn.
I adapted the pattern for an aran weight yarn.and now with Super Chunky adaptation with extra large bobbles and only 59 rows so a really quick make, in Stylecraft Special XL Super Chunky 2 x 200g balls, in Fuchsia Purple, 100% Acrylic, using a 12mm hook.
I look forward to seeing what yarn you decide to choose -
For 4ply using a 4mm hook you should get approx. 10 rows / 21 treble crochets and for aran weight 6 rows / 12 treble crochets, for Super Chunky 3.5 rows /6 treble crochet.