This is Bitterroot by Romi. I had a lot of trouble with this project. My problem, not the pattern. Made a mistake, pulled it out, restarted on the wrong row, repeat * 6 until I realized why I kept restarting on the wrong row -- this was really a 2 row repeat, although the pattern was written for 4 rows because of the zig-zag edge. Each time I pulled out and re-started, I restarted on the other repeat, not the one I should have used. Clear as mud but it is done.
Peerie Shawl from Knit.Wear Spring 2013. I needed something handspun to enter into the fair, and this was quick and easy. Yarn is a mishmash of various handspun yarns I'd hoarded because there wasn't enough of any of them, but all together they worked well. I left off the lace border because the handspun I'd saved for last turned out to be too thin to match well with the rest of the shawl. It's also a lot larger than it looked on the needles. I'm very pleased with it.