This fan and feather pattern is by far one of my favorites. There are quite a few fan and feather patterns out there but this one produces the prettiest and most feminine results. One of the reasons it's called fan and feather is because one end looks like a fan and the other a feather.
The pattern I used is posted below. I will warn you that this scarf is very time consuming, expect to spend about 12 - 15 hours knitting it. This particular scarf is about 80 inches long because I like to be able to wrap it around the neck at least once. You could shorten the length and save yourself a few hours.
I used size US 11 needles.
Cast on 28 sts.
3. k2, (p2tog) 4 times, (yo k1) 8 times, (p2tog ) 4 times, k24. p28
Repeat the 4 rows until desired length, bind off.