Just cut a blue/black chenille warp off the loom with two more scarves woven. Unfortunately weaving chenille scarves is beginning to feel like a never ending story. The next warp - black and grey - is ready to be rough sleyed, six more warps are wound, ready to go, the next colour is at the warping board with four more colour combinations pulled, waiting in the wings.
I guesstimated I had about 50 pounds of yarn before I started this production run. I'm thinking now that it was probably closer to 75. With each warp taking about 12 ounces of chenille, I have a lot more weaving before I see any appreciable reduction in my stash.