Amy Shelton [reviewed this pattern] over in Crochetville; there might be a Crochet Along starting up there also.
This award-winning wrap is warm enough to be used during the cold months, and lacy enough for the rest of the year. An easy-intermediate level Tunisian crochet pattern requiring up to 700 yards of laceweight kid mohair yarn and a large Tunisian crochet hook. (Hook only needs to be 9 inches/23cm long.)
This photo of swatched up alternate yarns might be helpful: http://www.flickr.com/photos/vashtirama/3554337961/in/set-72157624363282949/
It's perfect for the crocheter who already knows how to do the basic Tunisian stitch (Tunisian Simple Stitch or "Tss") and is ready to learn new ones. I developed this lacy combination of stitches myself, which I call "Tunisian Wicker Stitch," and have not found it used anywhere else. It combines Tunisian stitches like the yarn-over, slip stitch, and twisted stitches in a new way.