I meant to weave these piano scarves earlier in the year but I've finally got them on the loom now. In the spring I placed an order with Brassards for some more white chenille, as I didn’t have enough left in the stash do make a piano scarf warp; it really takes a lot of white chenille.
Last week when I pulled all the chenille out of the cupboard, I found that I had a little bit leftover from last time that I wove these scarves which was also from Brassards. So, I eyeballed the old cone to the new cone and it looked like it matched, you don’t really expect white to be that different. Well it was really different; the little leftover cone is really creamy next to the new chenille as you can see in the photo below. Unfortunately I didn’t find out until I had finished pulling my warp, while it wasn’t very many ends it was long, over 7 yards which is long enough for three scarves.