Learning to read your knitting was a big focus of the text in the pattern, and the little lace circles are pretty easy to read. I've been doing lace knitting (and other kinds of knitting) for a long time and I'm pretty good at reading my knitting, but it's a bit more difficult to do when the background is garter, as it is with the Hydrangea shawl.
I have a ton of yarn left over! It was a 100gm skein, and I still have 69gm left. Enough for two more of these or a different large shawl. In any case I'm not keeping this one. I'll either give it as a gift sometime this year or donate it to my church's auction in the Fall.
Pattern: Hydrangea Mystery Knit-a-long Shawl by Courtney Kelley for the Fibre Company
Yarn: Lanna Gatto Harmony 2/30 in Captain Navy, 31g of a 100g skein
Needles: I already forgot
Started/Completed: June 2015/July 2015