The first of these is called Gyllis. Stephen calls it "an architectural lace scarf". Cool construction...knit lengthwise. I chose to use a worsted weight yarn rather than a lighter fingering weight. It turned out rather well even if it is 'boring brown'...per my dear husband. He said it was not as interesting as my first Stephen West wrap...good to know he's paying attention.
Pattern: Gyllis by Stephen West;
Yarn: Dynasty by S. Charles Collezione; Worsted/10 ply; 30% Silk, 70% Merino; 120 yards/50 grams. I used 3 full balls and 27 grams of a 4th ball. The color is a nice chocolate brown.
Gauge: 16 stitches/ 4 inches in garter stitch
Modifications: None. I did not change a darn thing about the pattern. I lightly blocked by using steam to smooth out the edges and open up the lace. The size after blocking ~51 inches across the CO edge x 14 inches wide.