Anyhow, while there I bought this yarn off the market. 'Scarab double chunky'. I got 100g of it thinking it would be enough for a nice warm scarf.
I was shocked to see this was 50g worth!
That's half my yarn gone already!!! I'm using a chunky hook, 10mm. The scarf I did for my mum, the green one was 100g, so I was expecting this to work out fine, especially as I was doing something much smaller, a scarfette.
So now I don't know what to make! Any suggestions? The yarn doesn't seem to go very far at all.
I suppose I'd best go get frogging now ....
EDIT TO ADD:
Just adding a little extra information incase it helps any of you to see what I'm doing wrong or to give any ideas.
This small scarflette is 17ch wide and is all double crochet, so 15 DC in every row basically. Also, there should be enough to fringe all one side along as well.
They used a size K hook (I'm using 10mm which I thought was the same?) and 3oz bulky weight yarn. I don't know what that converts to for us in the UK, but I thought 'double chunky' sounded quite bulky and I have 100g. :)
I thought 100g would be enough as they say you can get a couple of these from a skein and I made that big circle scarf from 100g.
Thanks so much for looking!