I finished knitting my Laminaria (Ravelry link) a couple of weeks ago, and finally got around to blocking it last week.
I knit a shawl that was somewhere in between the two sizes listed in the pattern. I used a three-stitch garter edge as for the larger shawl, but did only four repeats of the Star Chart and then (if I remember correctly) seven repeats of the Blossom Chart. I pretty much just worked each chart until I got bored with it, and then moved on to the next one. I like the size I ended up with--it wraps around my neck just perfectly without being too dangly or too short.
The pattern itself isn't perfect; there are a few places that show a certain lack of attention to detail. The biggie is that, as written, the Star Chart isn't symmetrical on either side of the centre stitch. I thought it looked awful, so I frogged and then worked the stars as SSSK before the centre stich, and then K3tog after. But overall I did like the pattern, and the result has already garnered many compliments.
Between this project and my Percy, I am totally won over to small triangular shawls for warmth and ease of wear. I used to be a big fan of huge blanket-like shawls, and while I do love the drama and total coziness of them, they can be a bit of a pain to wear. These little triangles are just so uncomplicated. They stay in place and keep me warm without getting in the way of anything. Despite the number of other projects I have on the go, I'd love to cast on for another shawl in this style...