I've already shown the first three scarves--purple/green, black Magicolor, and grey tuck (just scroll down a ways to see them). I ended up with a total of nine!
This is the entire stack. From the top: purple/green Patons Lace; steel gray tuck stitch; white penguin; Magicolour; blue with beads; black; mint green; white; white with rose; and yellow.
Blocking the scarves was a learning process. I got better at it as I went along.
Another version, this time with a little penguin. She had made a comment about her bus coming early and having to do the "penguin hussle" to get to it. He's so cute!
Here's a close up of the little fella after her was blocked.
This black scarf...I don't like the yarn. It almost holds it's shape on it's own. But every gal needs a black scarf!
Another view of the black one, I think. The front--knit side--is a vertical rib, and the back is like a honeycomb. All these (except the Magicolour one) were done on the single bed, Singer 327 standard gauge machine.
I have a few other scarf ideas, but I'm not sure when I'll get to them. And I just don't seem to have many summery yarns, for some reason. I had hoped to use up quite a bit of yarn, but a 40gr scarf doesn't use much yarn, LOL. I have several cones of 30gr or less that I just don't think will be enough for a scarf, and I think they could be used for 2 colour tuck, but that doesn't seem very summery to me. Any ideas? Some of these scarves were from never-ending cones, I'd have to knit hundreds of scarves to use those up (the grey, the yellow and blue, even the mint green still has a lot to go).
Total weight of all 9 scarves: 487gr. Total weight of ones not already shown: 270gr
Yarn In: 12 574gr
Yarn Out: 10 344gr + 270gr = 10 614gr
Balance: 1960gr more In than Out
Costs: $287.71/148 days = $1.94 per day.