This scarf is about 6" wide. I used a textured stitch to create a nice soft hand.
The yarn is Madelinetosh in Pashmina. I really love this yarn! It is a sport weight yarn. I used a G hook.
The basic stitch is sc, ch1, dc.
Base is a multiple of 3 stitches plus 2. Ch however many you want, turn.
Row 1: sc in 3nd ch from hook, ch1, dc in same stitch (the other two chains will count as a sc). *Sk2, [sc, ch1, dc] in next stitch. *Repeat to end where you will sk2 stitches, sc in last stitch, ch1, turn.
Row 2: sc in first sc, [sc, ch1, dc] in ch1 space from the row below. *Sk first dc stitch [sc, ch1, dc] in next ch1 space. *Repeat to end, sc in top of the beginning chain (first ch skipped), ch1 turn.
Repeat Row 2 until you have the length you want.
I hope you can follow the instructions. I used this same stitch in the Rainbow scarf which looks better blocked and stretched a bit. I don't think this scarf looks better opened up, but rather as a textured scarf only.
Let me know!