Eclipse. Actually, it's a modified Eclipse.
Per the pattern, it should have an additional purple section but I purposely left it off. I've knit this design many, many times and have always stopped after two sections of the main color. The first time I left off the third section only because I ran out of yarn. But I loved the narrower scarf-like result so much I've repeated it several times since.
I knit this version with sock yarn from Unplanned Peacock. The purple is Starling and the green is Lagoon. It's a little brighter than intended and I sort of wish I'd reversed the main/contrasting colors. But bright or not, I'm happy with it and ready to move on to the next project.
What will the next project be? Good question! A baby blanket? The Te Ara mitts I mentioned last week? Or perhaps I'll focus on finishing my Madli's Shawl. I'm so close, yet so far away from finishing that shawl. I'm part way through pattern repeat #27 out of 31. Each repeat has twelve rows and then there'll be the border to knit. My goal is to have it finished by October 1st so I really should focus on it. But....
We'll just have to wait and see how I feel. Dorian will be here this afternoon and it may be too difficult to concentrate on beaded lace. Or not. I think we are far enough inland that we won't get anything more than a few thunderstorms at most. Of course, that's what we thought with Isabel many years ago and we ended up without power for 13 days.
What ever happens weather-wise, I've vowed not to complain. Honestly, I'm having a hard time being the least bit concerned about Dorian now. After seeing the destruction that took place in the Bahamas... It's hard enough to imagine a Class 5 hurricane, but one that hangs out and stays basically stationary for over 24 hours.... Good Lord! Now that Dorian is down to a Class 2.... I'm having trouble taking him seriously.
If you never hear from me again, you'll know it's because I just jinxed myself. Apologies to my neighbors!