Tumbling Leaves is a top down crescent shawl knit in two colors. Three easy to remember stitch patterns combine to make this a most relaxing knit. I knit mine with two coordinating skeins of Bumblebirch Heartwood, a lightweight fingering yarn. Heartwood is 75/25 superwash merino/nylon; two skeins of 100g/460 yard fingering weight yarn will get you on your way. You’ll want 460 yards of the main color; I used most of mine!
The shawl is an absolute joy to wear. Worn on the shoulders, the ends hang down nearly to my knees.
Worn scarf style, it feels luxuriantly engulfing. Erin is much more petite than I am; it’s not quite as engulfing on me! Your mileage may vary.
You can also wear it bandanna style, with both ends hanging in front. I’ve done that, too.
The pattern is available through Ravelry; pattern page is here: Tumbling Leaves