Fair Isle Jazz, made from Elann Peruvian Highland Wool (five balls of Deep Blue Sea, one ball of the other colors), size 6 needles. As I mentioned earlier, I attempted to shrink the original scarf by using smaller yarn and needles; from what I can remember from the store sample I met, I was successful. In my opinion, the scarf made with Mission Falls wool and size 8 needles is way too wide to be worn comfortably; this one is just right (maybe on the big side).
I was officially finished with this awhile ago, but wanted to wet block before posting a picture. Since I still haven't gotten around to that, you'll have to live with the steam-blocked version.
The Highland Wool is really nice, and I highly recommend it. It's reasonably soft, holds cables well, and is just a good yarn in general.
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