Unfortunately, the lighting in this room is not that great today - so this picture is a tad muted, but this is Ecken+Kanten by Martina Behm on the blocking mats. I used Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball in the Fresh Fish colorway on US size 4 needles. It's a very simple, garter st shawl that utilizes short rows to create the multi-directional knitting. This is the perfect mindless project. It's terrific for self-striping yarn and is a great unisex pattern. Due to the multi-directional nature of this pattern, sections 1 & 4 are not completely even and required some creative and aggressive blocking. I was relieved when it blocked out as I'd hoped and also when I read other Ravelers' notes stating they had the same issue. I would recommend a stretchy BO for this pattern (thank God that's what I did) since the two end sections are not symmetrical. All in all, I really enjoyed knitting it and would definitely recommend it for a quickie gift or for an unusual scarf to wear either under a coat or as an accessory.
NOTE: This is the PERFECT pattern for luxury yarn. Because you must weigh your yarn in the beginning, you can use up the ENTIRE skein of yarn and not waste a bit!! :)