I used 1 1/2 skeins of Jo Sharp DK Wool for the warp and a skein of Cascade 220 Handpaints for the weft. The picture above was taken before I washed and set the scarf. I used a squirt of Method laundry soap in hot water and boy did the scarf bleed. I rinsed it in cold water and repeated the entire process again. It bled a bit more but I think it's done. I've got it carefully laid out on a towel so I'll see if there's any dye transfer when I wake up in the morning!
This is my new favorite tool for weaving:
I'm sure it looks crazy but it's really fantastic. It's a Leclerc fringe twister that I got it from Paradise Fibers in California. It comes in 2, 3, or 4 clip versions and I figured I could finish things faster with the 4 clip.
Right now they've got $2 shipping so you might want to head over to the Paradise Fibers website to see if there's anything you can't live without!