Ginkgo Crescent Shawl last week and blocked it this morning. It came out really well!
I didn't think the increase scheme in the original pattern made sense (I'm pretty sure it would have given a triangular shawl, and people on ravelry were complaining about how difficult it was to block it into a crescent shape), so I looked at another crescent shawl pattern and pretty much just winged it. I worried that I had overdone it, because it seemed really long on the needles and I ended up with a LOT more stitches than the Ginkgo pattern called for.
But I needn't have worried, because when I bound it off it was perfect! Not too long and skinny, just right for wrapping around your shoulders. I think the recipient will like it a lot.
The finished dimensions are about 20" deep by 56" wide at the top edge, and I didn't use as much yarn as I expected. The shawl weighs 50g dry, and I still have 43g of yarn left. According to the yarn label, that means about 313yds. I'm thinking I'll make another little shawl to give away! The next one will probably be rectangular, maybe more like a lace scarf than a shawl.