Yay! Managed to finish the fluffy scarf!
I managed to mostly rip out the yarn from the previous attempt, with one little lump at the end that I couldn't unravel. I looked for some help on the Internet and it told me that I should be using it double. No way was I going to rewind that blessed stuff into two balls (I was beginning to be sick of the sight of it) so I decided to mix it with something else. I had some undefined black wool (4 ply I think) so I had a go with that.
It worked really well and although not easy to knit, it was certainly 100 times easier with the 4 ply.
I'm afraid the pictures do not do the yarn justice. In the turquoise there are also patches of purple, sea green and grey and it is so soft and not at all itchy.
Anyway, I couldn't find a pattern online that I liked, and I didn't just want to do garter stitch as I thought that would take too long, so I just made it up. (Well, actually I started following a simple lace stitch in one of my books but I was watching True Blood at the time and forgot to do row 3 of the pattern!)
I had one skein of Colinette SilkyChic in colour Jay.
One ball (approx 100g but I only used maybe just over half) black 4 ply.
Cast on 24 stitches loosely on 10mm needles, with both yarns.
Knit one row.
Row 1: K.1, (yrn, K.2 tog) repeat instructions in brackets until last stitch, K.1.
Row 2: Purl.
Repeat these two rows until desired length; I did about 60 inches and then knit another row at the end.
Cast off loosely.
Please remind me not to buy fluffy wool again!