The pattern was lovely, simple and elegant. I hardly needed the chart at all, but kept it with me while I was knitting it, because frogging lace is not my favorite thing!
I used up almost the entire skein of yarn, and the scarf grew a lot once it got wet for blocking (I don't know how much because I didn't bother measuring!).
A note about the yarn, I used this as my traveling project for a while until I realized the wound yarn was beginning to felt. Luckily it wasn't completely felted though, it only got to about the "sticky" stage so I could still pull it apart gently.
I love the the colour I chose, all the Malabrigo colourways are so beautiful. This one is called "olive" and the colour changes are super subtle. Some of the Malabrigo colourways are made of two contrasting colours, others are just one colour, in several shades/graduations, and depending on which colour you choose for a project you'll get a completely different Malabrigo experience. Celeste at Nebula Designs recently finished a Clapotis in the China colourway, a two-coloured yarn which added a lot of interest to the Clapotis pattern. Malabrigo is definitely yarn perfection.
Pattern: Leaf Lace Scarf
Yarn: Malabrigo Yarn Lace (1 skein, Olive)
Needle: 3.25mm (size 3)
Next up, I'll finish my Vanalinn gloves, and then start on something from my queue...