This morning I blocked Shaelyn, a triangular shawl by Leila Raabe, using Wolle's Yarn Creations Color Changing Cotton (color: Khaki II). This is an untwisted 4-ply cotton which was less annoying to knit with than I feared. Yes, every now and then one of the strands would resist being carried with the other three, but it happened with less frequency than I expected. Also, I was underwhelmed with the color changes until I blocked it out. It's very nice as you'll see when this puppy is finished.
Also, I've working on Echo Beach by Kieran Foley using the same yarn as the sample, which is something I rarely do. It's Noro Sekku -- color #8. I just love the classic crayola colors.
It's knit on size US3 needles. Over 900 yards of yarn. This is going to take forever. I'm not even halfway through the first of two skeins.
The yarn is kind of interesting--a thick and thin laceweight. It's pretty sticky--dropping the stiches at the end--well, I anticipate a pain, but I'm looking forward to it. It should be a nice early fall piece to use.