Looking more gray here
From a distance, against this dark chair, it looks white.
The pattern was not difficult if you have a little lace experience and are comfortable knitting from a chart. Kidsilk Haze is 70% mohair, 30% silk. The openness of lace knitting made this project a little slippery on my Harmony needles. Stitches were accidentally pulled off the needles a few times, but no little ears were around to hear the words that escaped my mouth. I usually curse quietly anyway.
I used one skein of yarn which was 25 grams, approximately 229 yards, with a small amount left over. I might try this pattern again in a completely different yarn. The drawback might be that the wrong side of the scarf will noticeably be the wrong side when a different yarn is used.