The pattern can be found on almost any pattern sharing site, I bought mine from KnitPicks.com, but you can get it form Craftsy or Ravelry it is only $1.99 which is a great price. Its simple enough pattern with the chevron stitch, with a nice break of lace like rows staggered in, there are written instructions as well as a pattern diagram which makes it easy for those who like one better over the other. I think the Chroma MidWinter fingerling weight realy makes the pattern.
You can find the chroma here on my Wish List that I created on knitpicks.com unless the colorway is out of stock, which happens with the more popular colors. It gives this patter great drape-ability and I love the fantastic long color changes that fade beautifully in this yarn. It defiantly will need to be blocked once I am finished, I will try to take loads of pictures of the process so you can see just how beautiful this comes out.
You can see I am using my ergo handle, this one is the Boyed one, you just twist the top (green section which is a softish silicon) off and slide any of your hooks that you already own (sizes c to k hook I believe) inside twits the top back on and hook away. I find this does help me much better then the Kahoots I was using, epically on smaller hooks. The area I find myself holding onto tightest is the green silicon which has a slight give so I don't wind up holding the hook as tightly as I progress in my work which is my bad habit. I have small hands that it fits well in my hand so if you have large hands it might or might not be a bitter adjustment.