I tried knitting the potato chip scarf pattern but wasn't happy with the way it was turning out. After some thought I just felt the scarf was too thick probably because I was using Aran (heavy worsted) weight yarn. I'm wondering if a DK weight yarn with US #8 needles wouldn't be a better choice for this particular pattern.
So I switched yarns and pattern. The pattern I switched to was Ruffle Lace Scarf and I used a white Micheal's Loops and Threads yarn in DK weight on US #10 circular needle. It drapes a lot nicer around your neck. I haven't blocked the scarf yet which I think will make it look even better.
I bound-off in the black Cascade 220 Superwashed. I was afraid I wasn't going to have enough!
I learned a trick I'm sure that ever experienced knitter out there knows. When you want to bind-off in a different color don't add the color and then bind-off. Just bind-off in the new color and you won't get that line of new color bumps on the purl side below where you changed colors. I learned that on item #4 so I am going to take out the bind-off and that last row. Then I will just bind-off in the black. I will then be able to block the scarf and call it finished.
Have a good day!