One beautiful thing about weaving is that it takes a fraction of the time to make a scarf compared to knitting, or even crochet. Last night, after only a few hours of actual weaving, I finished up my first scarf on my Cricket loom and made the super cute twisted fringe. Something went slightly wrong with my tension in places as there are slight wiggly spots in the center section of the scarf (between the two blue stripes), and I wonder if that may have been a result of switching from the grey to the blue and back while warping the loom. Seeing as I used acrylic for the scarf, I decided to steam block it using a damp pressing cloth, which helped straighten it out a little bit at least.
I'm probably going to pass this along for donation to one of the various charities that we collect for at work as they often request synthetic fibers because they're easy to care for.
I definitely made a few mistakes while working on this scarf, which I'm grateful for as it gives me more knowledge to attack the next project with. Now I just have to decide what yarns I want to use!