These two scarves were made as gifts for the grandmothers this Christmas. Both were relatively easy to make, and I just used yarn I had on hand, as it wasn't doing anything except waiting for the right project to show up.
Mrs. Micawber's Recipe for Happiness. The pattern has a fantastic tutorial and comes with both charted and written instructions.
It's a narrow scarf that can tie in a variety of ways. It is a fast pattern and isn't picky about yarn size. I would say, though, that you should stay away from highly textured yarns for this pattern because the "lace" part of Queen Anne's Lace would be totally lost.
This scarf pattern can be found only as a ravelry download. It is called the Leafy Lacey Scarf, and it is written by Anette Bak. It also comes with a really good tutorial.
As with the first scarf, a textured yarn would be a poor choice. I worked this in a sport weight yarn, and I am really happy with the size. It is easy to adjust the length on this pattern, though I just stuck with the recommended number of "leaves," and that worked for me.