Seems the different projects wind up leaving me with some left-over yarns. I roll it into balls and store it thinking I'll use it on other projects at a later date. Well here is one project where that type of yarn is working out really well. Take a look! I'm actually working on a 41-peg "round" loom with nine...yes 9...threads. One thread is a #6 super bulky with some wool in it that I'm using as a base for a "scarf". The other 8 threads are #4 and I'm doubling them to use for decoration. Didn't want to keep changing yarn all the time and winding up with all those knots and loose ends to hide; so I connected the different threads to their own individual peg. I'm quite pleased with the way it is looking, though not real sure how long it will wind up being; and that's the only draw back I've found thus far. Working with this many threads at the same time is really not that difficult either.