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My guess - and strictly a guess - is that once the scarf gets wide enough that you don't want it any wider you will need to continue the yarn overs (for the pattern it creates) but you will need to do k2tog either before or after the yarn overs so the scarf doesn't get any wider.

But you really don't have much of a pattern here to work with so unless you ask on her blog - that's all you have to work with.
 

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She does say "I designed an easy almost triangle mini scarf". With that in mind -- I decided that she meant that the "new" stitches (end YOs) should be worked to maintain the pattern for following rows. The rib pattern is basically 6 stitches wide. You start out w/5 sets of this pattern. I think that after you have done a couple of rows, you will understand/see where you will have the start of another set of pattern stitches. I hope that makes sense ;)
 
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