Scott finished his blended/faded Vista scarf. It turned out beautifully! So many people commented on IG that they wanted to learn how to weave. I kind of want to, too! I'd love to have a great big shawl done using this technique.
This is a plain weave scarf. All of the magic happens in how the colors are used in the warp and weft. Scott measured out an even number of warp strands in each of the 5 colors and then sleyed the reed by alternating strands between colors. For the weft he used each color on its own for a little while, and then started alternating it semi-randomly with the next color.
Scott used a Cricket loom, warping to make a scarf about 88" long and about 8" wide. Just about half of each color was used for the warp and half used for the weft.