So I didn't wait until ends were tucked in. I just took the pictures as the light struck, last night around 7:30. (It's getting to be the land of the nearly-midnight-sun here. One of the oddest adjustments I've had to make to Oregon as a NJ girl where it was not light until 10 pm, even in midst of summer).
The shawl is great. I love it too much. It looks exactly like a mess of melted crayons in the sun.
Here it's hanging on an old wooden hanger from Alicia's antique booth, and a window from our former garage. The window is becoming part of Sebastian's play kitchen (he's selected squirrel fabric for his curtains), and apparently is also a great knitting backdrop (before the squirrels get involved, anyway).
The details - pattern, yarn, etc - are on all my flickr photos. Oh, and I ended at about 270 sts per row, on a garter section, casting off very loosely and yet as always not quite loosely enough. I'm thinking about a crochet border, but I also kind of like it raw.