Re-visiting rayon chenille scarves, I felt I needed to be more challenged. I had kind of burned out of doing the 'usual' and started thinking about options, if only to make them more interesting to me.
Since I want to weave the stash down, the first challenge was to see what I could do with what I have on hand. Since some colours are low enough there might not be enough for weft, the first decision was to use some 2/16 cotton for weft. This would do two things...the rayon chenille would only be used for warp and the cotton would make a lighter weight cloth.
The initial prototype scarves were acceptable but a bit predictable. As I started weaving the warps, surface attention was given to the weaving allowing my little grey cells to mull over other options and I came up with a further modification to the stripe sequence I had designed.
This option isn't easy, in fact it takes quite a lot of concentration to wind. But I was able to do it, which tells me I am continuing on the healing journey since my addled brain was able to not only come up with something decidedly different AND accomplish my objective.
I am not back to where I was, yet, but feel that I am making progress. Thank you for your support and encouragement. It is very much appreciated.