Surprisingly it is hard to take a good picture of a shawl.
I wanted a place where I could lay it flat, but the ground was too dirty so I laid it on my car:
I based the pattern off of the Candlelight Shawl but I changed it a little due to using 100% suri alpaca hand spun yarn. Alpaca tends to stretch longer, so I made the shawl a little shorter than the pattern calls for (otherwise it would "grow" longer and soon be too long - I found this to worked well when I made my own 100% alpaca sweater). Suri alpaca tends to hold less memory than even huacaya so I made sure the pattern allowed for drape, which suri alpaca fiber is known for. I left off the tassels because I was concerned they might felt or pick up debri and not look so nice.