I’ve been working on this since: https://ilovesocks.wordpress.com/2011/05/30/what-im-working-on-now-fairisle-scarf-with-spun-yarn/, which I see was May 2011. It was knit in one long panel, then folded in half longways and sewn together on the side edge to hide the backside. That makes for one THICK scarf! I wet it and let it dry just to flatten it down a little. Tying the fringe on closed the top and bottom edges.
All charts on this scarf came from:
1000 Great Knitting Motifs by Louise Roberts. Trafalgar Square Publishing, Vermont/ Collins & Brown Limited, 2004. Snowflake, 2nd chart on pg.117. Flower above snowflake, pg. 88, top chart. Round one above flower, pg. 77, 4th chart (blue and white). Flower on main body of scarf, pg. 180.
Black yarn was Patons, 100% wool, color was a wool singles (unplied) yarn I spun myself.