These are not sewn together, but I enjoy visualizing what the final scarf will look like. One thing is apparent. I must not "jump ahead" and start sewing until all of the leaves are completed. In playing around, it is obvious that some leaves simply do not go together. I think it is the edge of each that needs to be the focus and if two leaves are too similar, the organic nature is lost.
So far, I have ten ginkgo leaves finished. The plan is for forty. But as the end is in sight, I may have to make specific leaf shapes to fill in gaps. All, in all, making this no pattern asymmetrical scarf is delightful. It is a perfect summer project.