This was formerly know as the Shetland Trader MKAL.
The pattern was written for a main colour and three contrasting colours. As I was knitting from stash I chose one main colour (navy) and one contrast colour (silver).
For most of the pattern I used navy fr MC instructions and silver for all contrast colours,
Clue 1 - the central triangular striped section.
Clue 2 - pick up the yarnovers at the beginning of each row and work the first border section. This is where I perhaps should have used a bit more navy to balance out the shawl a bit more. As this was a MKAL I didn't know what Clue 3 would bring.
Clue 3 - the second border. This was bigger than I tought it would be and I wanted to end on silver, so there's lots of silver in these two clues.
Clue 4 - a narrow garter strip at the top of the shawl.
Clever Clogs thought I'd carry the yarns up the side instead of doing whtat hte pattern has you join ends of each colour at the end f the row. I have one side which is a bit tighter and messier now. If I were to knit this again I'd follow the pattern's instructions!