The second clue to the 4th Knitterati Mystery finally came out Saturday afternoon. It is all scrunched up right now because I didn't feel like putting it on a longer needle. I will probably do that with the next clue, depending on that clue. So far now it has been a pretty easy knit (actually pretty boring), just stockinette with increases at the edges of every row and periodic yarn over increase rows creating a crescent shaped shawl. It is a good basic construction technique that can be used as a base for a variety of different shawls. Interestingly enough it is a similar construction to my 3rd Camp Loopy project, the Whippoorwill Shawl. The colors are even similar. Weird how that happens sometimes.
Project: Knitterati Mystery #4 by Janel Laidman
Yarn: Zen Yarn Garden Squooshy in Calla
Needle: US 5 (3.75 mm)