Every Witch Way
This shawl pattern was designed so that each of the triangular sections of the shawl is worked in almost the same way but because of the positioning of the panels they look very different. The columns of lace go every which way! ;)
The pattern itself is entirely written out and includes instructions for both a 2 panel version that produces a triangular shawl and a 3 panel version that produces a 3/4 square shawl. Each wears differently and has a distinct look. The instructions are surprisingly simple with a 6 row set-up and then a 4 row repeat. It looks like you are doing something super fancy but it is an easy lace pattern.
Speaking of lace, combining lace and variegation is a significant challenge and I addressed this by choosing to use very linear and geometric lace columns to stand out among all of the color in the yarn. Of course these patterns would also look great in solid or speckled colors but they can handle the crazy too!