I needed a big warm wrap for winter. At Rhinebeck I picked up a few skeins of Brooklyn Tweed Shelter. I had never used the yarn but it was so lightweight and wooly that it seemed to be a perfect match for a blanket-like shawl. I designed a quick short-row striped triangle that starts at the bottom and works up to the top. The pattern doesn't given multiple sizes but it would be easy to make it larger or smaller by working more or fewer short-row wedges. You could easily change the yarn weight as well. If you can chain, slip stitch, and single crochet, you can make this shawl. You probably have enough time to whip up a couple for the Gift-a-long if you are so inclined.
Special Offer: Post a finished Tilt Shift Shawl in your projects by Dec. 21 and receive a free pattern of your choice from my Ravelry store. Your must include start/end dates and a finished project photo. PM me with a link to your project and your free pattern choice.
ETA: Check out my Gift-a-long interview on the Voie de Vie blog.