Here is one of my favorite scarf patterns, The Pretender. I designed this pattern in 2014, and I never got around to bragging (err, I mean blogging) about it. In truth, while I love to show and tell my work, I am never quite comfortable with the shameless self-promotion of the blogosphere. However, such is the world we live in. If I don't tell you about it, you will never know what a lovely little pattern it is.
I called this pattern "The Pretender" because it pretends to be a cable pattern, but no cable needle was used. On close inspection, you will see that the pattern is completely reversible, with cables on both the right and wrong sides. What is even more amazing, that this pattern can metamorphose and pretend to be a delicate flowery lace stitch instead of cables with just a little blocking. Once you learn how to manipulate the stitches, the pattern is relatively simple and knits up quickly. My original sample scarf (the grayish green picture below) was knit up in a DK weight on size 6 needles, but hey guys, it's a scarf. It is easily adaptable to different weight yarns and gauges. The top picture was knit in 3 Irish Girls Glenhaven sock in the very beautiful Floribunda colorway. You can find the pattern here in my Ravelry store.