This is a Fleur de Lys (ruffled) scarf knitted with Linie 194 Solo. It's . . . interesting. You have to knit through the yarn, instead of wrapping it around normally. I think the pattern is more suited for a continental knitter and I'm not one of them. I hope to finish it by next winter, because it's heavy and warm. Yet another scarf (noticing a pattern?). I bought the yarn on a cold and drizzly day; Rowan Romance seemed so warm and sparkly. The pattern is a traveling vine, unfortunately it's not online anymore.
This is why I am not crazy about novelty yarn. The fuzzy stuff is Patons Mosaic. I bought it close to Valentine's day, thinking that it would be nice to wear in my classroom on February 14. So pink! So bright! So festive! Knitted alone, it was really bright. Like Pepto Bismo bright. Ugh! Trying to tone it down, I paired it with Knit Picks Wool of the Andes in the Hollyberry colorway. I wanted it to look like this (see 1/31 & 1/26), but instead it reminds me of a bath mat. Yes Virginia, there is a big difference between Rio de la Plata and novelty yarn. Sigh, live and learn.
Finally, there's this scarf. It's knit with the most wonderful stuff around: Artfibers Alfabeto. It's a knotted openwork scarf. I found the pattern here.