I made this scarf for my dad for Christmas, and he loved it. I loved it as well, and thought I would share the pattern with you here. I was actually able to use a number of partial skeins in what I would call guy colors to create the colorway. But you can use whatever colors you like. I think two were Wool-Ease yarn and two were Berocco cashmere blend. All worsted weight.
US size 10.5 needles
4 skeins worsted weight yarn (light gray, dark gray, cream and brown)
Yarn needle for weaving in ends
Cast on 35 stitches with brown yarn.
K2 P2 to the last three stitches, K2 P1. This is called mistake rib.
Repeat for all rows, changing colors every four inches (brown, cream, light gray, dark gray) until scarf measures 60 inches (or desired length).
Bind off. Weave in ends.