It was fun to find that my regular, good jeans are loose. I found an old pair hanging in the back of the closet because they were too shrunken and worn. I was happy to be able to zip them and wore them and yet another brown shirt (my uniform!) when I attempted to reproduce the pattern photo.
Color Affection, the yarn is Filatura di Crosa Superior (off-white), Alchemy Haiku (orange) and Classic Elite Pirouette (brown). Other details on my project page.
One negative thing about this project is the size of the shawl. It is so large that it is difficult to wear. Apparently these mohair yarns, though considered lace weight, knit up at a larger gauge. The regular, fingering weight size would have been big enough. Another negative is the tightness of the top edge. There are constant comments about it on Ravelry, with a couple of suggested techniques to loosen it, but no guaranteed cure. I had the same problem with Whippoorwill, another semi-circular shawl. After playing around with the end result, trying to wrap it and make it drape, I think I prefer triangular shawls. To prove it, I have another triangular shawl on the needles, the Dew Drop Shawl by Bex Hopkins. Bex has a calculator in her blog to help you determine how many rows you can knit in a shawl with the yarn you have left. Check it out!