I have actually fully completed a shawl that I started on US Pi Day – March 14 - in time for 22 July.
This shawl is a half-circle but not a Pi shawl as the
increases were not made by doubling the stitches as the rows were doubled but I really
wanted a pattern that would not be obscured by the yarn that I was given way
back in 2016. It is a lovely colour but the variegation and the black could
easily obscure most patterns. It is lace weight from Tempting Ewe Yarns.
The pattern is Knitting by the Pool by Romi Hill which I have had since 2019. I’m guessing it was one of the patterns she gave away in her Easter Egg hunt. I used just over 500 metres of the yarn, my skein was 800 metres but I did not feel like making adjustments to this pattern to use more yarn. The end result is the main thing. I love the loops on the edge of the shawl, they were worked by making stitches into a yarn over on the previous row, neater than usual way of working picots. And a looped edge makes it much easier to pin out when blocking.
I cast on this project specifically for Pi Day but I will not be casting on anything new to replace as I have a few high concentration projects on the go.