Pattern saved in Create folder on desktop. This shawl uses only two balls of Noro Kureyon and one ball of Noro Retro or Silk Garden Solo and works up quickly on larger needles using a simple slip-stitch pattern.
64 Crayons by Amy Swenson -- basically the two-row "brooklyn tweed scarf" with strips sewn together to make a blanket. Each strip uses two contrasting colorways of Kureyon. (Did you know that's Japanese for crayon?) But Kureyon is so scratchy [sob]
This pattern was previously available on Scribed (for free) but was knit in Bernat Mosaic(which looks fabulous) on needle. I am releasing this pattern on Ravelry knit in Noro Taiyo (which also looks fabulous!