Well, spring Slytherin scarves was a strange adventure that I am finally bored of. Technically this is attempt no.7. No.1 was cannibalized to make no.2, no.2 and no.3 were cannibalized to make no.4, and no.4 and no.6 were cannibalized to make no.7. (No.5 turned out OK, but it was given to Niece on a cold day when she had a cold and we didn’t want her to get any sicker.)
I had heard giving your scarf a garter-stitch border would help it to lie flat, which it did, but the scarf still curled where the border ended. I rolled it in half, then, and the two borders are lined up on the back (strangely helpful when trying to sew up the ends) giving the front a seamless knit stitch. Soft, lightweight, and still very Slytherin.