In only one day I was able to warp, weave, and cut the first scarf off the new Ashford Sample-It loom.
I wet finished it and twisted the fringes the next day.
Although the yarn has the thick and thin look of handspun it's actually acrylic, and true to the nature of acrylic yarns it resisted blocking and wet setting of the weave structure.
So I intentionally "killed" the acrylic with steam, improving the drape of the yarn immensely.
The yarn is "Bernat Mosaic" sett at 5epi. It required less than one 100g ball for a scarf that measures 55" x 6.25" not including the fringe.