You will need either two small skeins of yarn or 1 medium skein of yarn about 260 yards/200g and 5 mm needles.
Gauge should be about 4 stitches per inch.
Cast on 25 stitches, you can increase or decrease width in increments of two stitches.
Rows 1-4: Knit all.
Row 5: Knit 2 together, yarn over (repeat 11x), knit one
Rows 6-9: Knit all.
Row 10: Purl all
Row 11: Knit all.
Row 12: Purl all.
Row 12: Knit all.
Row 14: Purl all.
Repeat those rows until your scarf is the desired length, about 70 inches, and end on row 9.
I had a tiny bit of purple angora leftover that I wanted to use as decorative element on the ends.
I started the pattern with the white beginning with row 6 and cycled through row 4. Instead of knitting row 5, I just knit three rows with the purple, then switched back for the white and on row 6 of the pattern and continued as usual. At the end of the scarf, Once again with the end of the scarf, I knit through row 4 of the pattern, knit three rows of purple, switched back to white and followed the pattern for rows 6 through 9.