I've made two scarves, so far, with this particular pattern, which was created by designer Martina Behm. The pattern has 42 "teeth" which is why she named it "Hitchhiker" (of course).
The first one is made of superwash merino/silk hand-dyed by a lovely lady in West Cork, Ireland, named Jo Kerrigan. My daughter got the yarn for me as a gift.
I love how light and delicate it is--very nice drape, I think.
The other, is also from hand-dyed yarn that my daughter got for me--except this she had to spin for me before she gave it to me. The "colorway" is named "Dragon Scale" by its dyer, the owner of Greenwood Fiberworks. It's a bit thicker yarn, but I love the way the colors changed as I knit the scarf:
Looks like dragon fire, doesn't it?