You had questions about the green scarf warp and I have answers!
The pale smooth yarn in the warp is Nature's Palette Lace weight silk and wool. 30% silk/70% wool. The ribbon type yarn is a cotton (85%) and polymide (15%) ribbon blend made by Filatura Di Crosa called Malva, which I think may be discontinued. I bought this on sale along with a hot red salsa kind of mix of the same stuff. The lovely loopy boucle yarn is a Curious Creek Fibers yarn named Shira and it is 54% mohair, 23% silk, 18% wool and 5% nylon. I have used this before in scarf for both warp and weft. It was called Poodle in a Pond. I love the name of this color way; Birches in Norway. Do the birches look like that in Norway?
The sett is varied but around 10 epi. I skipped some dents with the boucle, crammed the ribbon and basically did what I felt like when I sleyed it, just to see what it will do.
Loom Hannah is wonderful to weave on and I am enjoying this second warp on her
immensely. It was a good call to move the pillowcase over to Hey Baby and spend some really fun weaving time on the Hollandia loom
The weft is also Nature's Palette silk and wool but in soft shades of turquoise blue.
The hand dying process and natural dyes produces beautiful almost solid colors. There isn't a color way they have that doesn't inspire some longing in me to bring it home.
So there is the skinny on the scarf. :-)