I finished the knitting part of this a couple of weeks ago, but didn't get round to blocking it until a couple of days ago.
The pattern's Simple City by Mimi Hill (Eskimimi) but I'm not sure if it's still available to buy as she doesn't have her website any more.
I used 3.5mm needles for this and ended up with a decent-sized triangular scarf. If I made it again, I'd go up to 4mm needles with this yarn as it doesn't drape as much as I thought it would. The yarn's a bit thick and thin in places and was a bit rough to knit with, so I don't think I'd use it for socks.
The scarf design is fairly easy. It's garter stitch for the main part and then the foxglove edging is done by increasing every other row, although you do end up with lots and lots of stitches per row. When I was blocking it, I couldn't get the foxgloves to sit up, but as the scarf dried (I ran some cotton yarn along the top edge but didn't pin out the other edges) they popped up a bit more and, although they're not all exactly the same, I'm pleased with the overall result.
I've just weighed the finished scarf and it's 120g.
I've also finished knitting the blue Hitchhiker scarf and just need to sew in the ends and block it, although it's not going to need a great deal of blocking.