Like crochet motifs but don't enjoy weaving in all the ends? Halyna Shawl is a V-shaped shawl/stole worked using the continuous tail-free motif method also known as "Japanese motifs]" (Nihon Vogue Sha) and "seamless crochet" (Kristin Omdahl), which should only leave you a couple of ends to weave in. The pattern contains both written instructions (US terminology) and charts.
Materials and Tools
Malabrigo Baby Silkpaca Lace: 70% baby alpaca, 30% silk, 420yd/385m per 50g skein, color 030 Purple Mystery, 3 skeins Crochet hook in size 2.5mm Yarn needle for weaving in ends
Skill Level: Experienced
The pattern assumes you can comfortably crochet motifs with lace-weight yarn. Knowledge of the continuous motif method and ability to read charts are beneficial, but are NOT prerequisite skills.