If you follow the yarn link above you can see the unusual nature of the yarn. You knit through small openings at the top of the ruffle-y strand and the rest of the ruffle hangs down creating the texture of the scarf.
I didn't follow any pattern, I simply cast on nine stitches and knit every round until I was out of yarn. I followed the cast on and bind off instructions provided at the link above. Start the finish the scarf took about 5 hours. Lots of the ladies in my knitting group were whipping them up for holiday gifts because they go so quickly, and I decided to jump on the band wagon. (Mine, of course, was for me and not a gift.)
I'll admit I should wait until my hair is dry to take pictures, but my photographer (Ryan) is, sadly, not available to take pictures for me at my every whim.
I'm not too big a fan of the variegated colorways, but I think this yarn looks really nice in solid colors and creates a unique scarf unlike most other knit projects.