2. the COLOR. The smaller version is in a brand-new color that Tina dyed specifically for this project – A Speck of Autumn. It’s also a wee nod to the fact that the mistress of green (me) has been seduced by orange lately. I mean, can you blame me? Orange is pretty bad-ass.
3. the SHAPE. Because there are so many cascading rates of increase, Zamora sits on the shoulders very nicely. It’s like a big ole hug.
4. the SIZE. With 650 yards on the larger size (the red one), this is one big wrap. Perfect for cool nights and Fall days. The smaller one clocks in at 500 yards, which is no slouch, shawl-yardage-wise, either.