Noro Silk Garden is celebrating it's 20th anniversary this year and to celebrate Sixth & Spring Books have created an amazing book celebrating this colourful yarn. As a long time Noro fan, I was honoured to contribute a shawl.
My shawl is an asymmetrical shawl worked sideways with a crescent/triangle shape. Garter stitch is interrupted by bands of an easy lace pattern. The shawl has a saw-tooth edge along one side and a scalloped lacy edge along the cast/bind-off edge.
This shawl uses two skeins (or 600m/200g) of Silk Garden Sock. You can see all the designs on Ravelry (at the time of writing this post, only 6 patterns have been listed on Ravelry but there are 30 patterns in all) and the book is available for pre-order on Amazon now (that's the link to the UK Amazon page). Publication date is June and I'm sure it'll be available from Noro stockists and other book sellers too.