I finished this cotton scarf a few days ago. It’s 60 inches long, and the whole idea was to practice some pickup patterns that I’ve not done before. Pickup patterns involve using a pickup stick to elevate or depress warps at specified intervals, like two up and one down, across the width of the warp. Then you use this pickup stick at set times during the weaving to create new patterns. Anyway, here are photos of some of the weaving patterns that resulted. They add a lot of texture to the cloth. The last photo is of the whole woven piece. I chose shades of blue because I was so tired of winter greys outside that I wanted something in colors of warmer climes! The areas that lay flat are standard weaving without the use of a pickup stick.