They were a good thing to do at that time. Each warp was five meters resulting in two scarves. In order to weave them quickly I concentrated on plain weave and coloured stripes of various combinations. When I got tired of doing them I had learned an enormous amount about Colour interactions in plain weave and gotten really good at weaving plain weave. I don't regret doing them, although I was reluctant to return to doing them again.
But I have all this rayon chenille...probably 50 pounds, maybe more. And I was out of inventory of scarves.
Since I really did not want to produce exactly the same thing, knowing I really needed to use up the yarn, I bit the bullet and designed a stripe sequence and started weaving scarves.
A warp winding elf offered to wind some warps for me and having her in the studio, all new and enthusiastic gave me a much needed energy boost and I have a small but growing stack of scarves. And already variations are beginning to percolate. Part of that is necessity. I'm getting very low on variegated rayon chenille and some colours and I really do not want to buy more.
I am also running out of time before the sale season begins. My explorations into this interesting, and at times demanding, yarn is going to continue for a while.