Mokosh is a Slavic goddess, protector of women's work (including spinning, weaving and shearing sheep), as well as women's destiny. The colors of this shawl evoke the damp new beginnings of springtime. Mokosh's name is derived from words that mean "moisture," which seemed apropos for a shawl knit from colorways named Pond Scum and Scumbubbles. I actually like BOTH sides of this shawl, so have photographed it both ways.
This is a printed copy of the pattern, professionally printed on glossy paper.
Alternately, you can buy digital patterns directly on Ravelry to have it placed in your library there. If this printed pattern is out of stock when you order, you may place a backorder and we'll ship as soon as new copies come in.