Okay, it looks like "crap" - Laura Nelkin says that repeatedly in the Craftsy lesson which totally cracks me up. Lace looks awful when you take it off the needles. Who would want something like this? All it needs is some warm water, blocking wires, and pins. It is definitely worth investing in a blocking kit; I use mine on almost every project. Laura gave me a good idea about blocking though, it should be done with a glass of wine (or Cosmo, but no chocolate, it might get on the yarn).
Here it is blocking - not too bad. The edging has a slight ruffle effect because I (correction from original post) added an increase row after Plasma stitch that way I had the correct number of stitches based on the pattern to do the edging. I also knitted a few rows before starting the edging which worked out well since it gave me somewhere to place the pins while blocking.
Completed Skywalker Scarf
While I felt stupid about not buying enough yarn, the scarf turned out great and my mom is thrilled. It wasn't the lace I was looking for, at least it found a happy home. I'm starting the Skywalker Shawl today and I know I will have more than enough yarn to finish it!