It's TGV (High Speed Knitting), though mine is not going as swiftly as I'd planned. In fact, it might be a rush to finish this by Sunday's Closing Ceremony!
The yarn is Easyknit's DW Plump, in Honey, a heavy 4ply/sport weight yarn. The shawlette calls for one skein of sock yarn (though of course you can knit this in any weight and any yardage) so I thought that I'd use both skeins and knit a larger shawl.
Attempt #1: knitted on 3.75mm, but thought the garter stitch section could do with being a bit looser. Frogged.
Attempt #2: changed to 4mm needles. Knitted the garter section and was a few inches into the ribbing section when I spotted a little bit of uneven garter, where I'd picked up a dropped stitch and missed out a garter ridge. It wasn't too obvious on the WS, where there was an extra purl stitch, but quite glaring on the RS, with a knit stitch, so I tried to frog back a and rectify. Except it looked a bit shoddy and uneven! Frogged it all.
Attempt #3 (so far so good!). I'd seen some TGVs in self striping yarn - those yarns with looong stripes. And managed to hunt down the three balls in my stash! Noro Kureyon sock, Noro Silk Garden Lite and Zauberball. Zauberball on 3.75mm needles it is then.
I'm really pleased that this has happened. Although the Plump looked great, it's only after using a finer yarn that I realise I prefer the drapier look, and that if I'd chosen the Plump, I should have gone up to 4.5mm needles. So all's well. I think I can knit 400 odd yards in a weekend, can't I?