Thanks to a fellow knitting/crochet blogger for sharing the pattern, I got to make this unique scarf. The pattern is actually quite simple, and easy to memorize. I had actually stopped after I made 31 flower petals (approximately 47"), but it became 54" long after blocking. It is a bit too long now, and it seems to stretch even longer with wear. I probably will rip out 2-3 flower petals, maybe the length will be better.
Wool Bam Boo is very soft, and comfortable around the neck. And it comes in many beautiful colors. But I think it is a bit too thin for this scarf, and maybe a bit too soft. The petals look crushed and flattened. I am thinking to make another one with a chunkier yarn, maybe a bit more wool or merino, with a gauge about 20 sts = 4". This scarf does not need much yarn, I used about 1.5 balls of Wool Bam Boo which is 118 yards per ball (and my scarf is a bit too long.) I think this could be an one-skein project (if I use a more substantial yarn and make it shorter). It's a great way to use up odd balls in your stash.