I may be about half-way done, but I'm not sure. This is the first time that I've knit a shawl in this manner, so it is a constantly unfolding surprise for me. My photos aren't great, either, but I'll have to work on that. The color is fairly close, though -- at least on my monitor. There are several glaring mistakes in my knitting, but as I've mentioned, I am focusing on technique with this one. Of course, a certain amount of accuracy could be part of technique, I suppose.
I've no inkling how much longer it will take to finish, but we'll see. I'm certainly enjoying it, and I love the idea of knitting at least most of the edging on at the same time that I'm knitting the shawl. That's usually the most tedious part for me. There will be some grafting across the top, of course.
I won't be posting for the next few days, most likely. I'll be traveling to visit my family, but there's a lovely local yarn shop on the way, and I plan to make a full report on it. I try to never pass up a yarn shop, you know.
One thing I want to mention is the Mile High Lace Knitting Conference this month. It just looks fabulous to me. Galena talked about the preparations for it, and I really want to go, but it's impossible right now. I have another trip planned, coming right up. (Yes, Agnes insists on going, too.) The conference has excellent teachers and hopefully will wind up being an annual event. I'll be the first to sign up next year.
So, more when I return.