I discovered that I have three skeins of some Patons Kroy Socks in Flax, and I don't know what else to do with it. I distinctly remember having some kind of plan when I bought it (no, not socks), but I can't remember that plan for the life of me. So now it's going to be a scarf and I think it's already awesome. The pattern calls for for about 450 yards of worsted or aran weight yarn and a K crochet hook. There are eight rows worked in double crochet stitches and some type of gloriously gradient yarn. The book model is made with Red Heart Boutique Treasure, and I used Lion Brand Amazing. They're both fantastic yarns.
But I had wondered about this scarf with a lighter yarn, and I think a solid color will work nicely. I jumped down to an E hook, though an F hook would probably look nice and extra airy. The stitches fit together fairly snugly, but this isn't stiff. I'm not sure how many rows I'll need to crochet until this looks long enough (wide enough? I guess it depends on how you're wearing it), but I'll probably just crochet until I run out of yarn. That may or may not be my life motto anyway.
Since this is for me, I'm going to skip the scalloped edging again. I love the points where the increase stitches are worked, and I think leaving them uncovered will make this look more shawl-like.
This may sound odd, but I'm hoping this looks like bat wings when it's all spread out. I just think bat wings would look nice for an autumnal shawl-scarf hybrid, even if I probably will wear this bunched up like a scarf most of the time. I still think it's going to be lovely, and I'm going to keep thinking as I work my way through this project.