This scarf is done in entrelac, and doesn’t follow a pattern. However, here is a pattern for the exact same thing which I didn’t use if you want one. To make this, I printed out Eunny Jang’s knitting daily “Beyond the Basics” booklet, and carried these very easy to follow instructions around with me as I knitted this scarf. Both her instructions and the scarf pattern are available on this page, for free, here: http://www.knittingdaily.com/blogs/daily/archive/2009/01/30/entrelac-tips-and-a-free-entrelac-scarf-pattern.aspx (Scroll down to where it says “Free download! Eunny Jang’s Beyond the Basics: Entrelac Knitting Block by Block”. I don’t think it will make you join to get it since I got to it straight from google, but I can’t be sure of that. Joining is also free, however.)
Things I love about entrelac: Its very easy to do following Eunny Jang’s instructions. It makes a scarf that lies nice and flat, no curling. It is interesting looking. If you varied your yarn color you’d get something that looked like a woven basket (like the socks on that page I linked to).
Things I don’t love that much about entrelac: While you’re in it, it seems like its taking a really long time to do. However, if you regularly find yourself stuck in a place where you can knit several days a week (such as on a bus for nearly an hour a day), you won’t take too long to get it done.
I cannot for the life of me find the label, but it was this yarn, which I think was in the baby yarns. Unusual for mixing yellow, orange and purple together.