I first heard about the Special Olympics Scarf project from Woolwinder, but have since noticed a group on Ravelry dedicated soley to the scarves and also received an email from my friend Michelle who neither blogs nor has an account on ravelry (I've been trying for forever to get her to blog but, alas and alack, I've just about given up. She makes amazing things though. What she does with a sewing machine in particular leaves me flabbergasted and in awe).
I purchased yarn from Walmart (I was unable to find the delft blue anywhere else) and after several failed attempts (I just couldn't get the yarn to do what I wanted it to do) I defaulted to granny squares. Those are simple enough. I suspect that I'll only be able to get three scarves total from my two skeins of yarn.
On this 0.5 scarf, I'm unsure how to finish it off (don't worry, I realize that it is still way too short, hence it's title of 0.5 scarf - I will add more squares). I don't know if I want to do an edge. I think so, but I'm not sure. Then there is the question of what kind of stitch for the border if I do add one. DC? HDC? SC? What say ye? border: yay? nay? If so, stitch: skinny? medium? not skinny? Help!
**Kathleen's comment reminded me of the other question I had but forgot to post. border color: blue or white?**