Write a crochet pattern for leftover medium weight yarn with these colors: red, beige, orange, cream, yellow, light brown, green, white, dark brown. 600-700 yards of yarn total.
Here's a crochet pattern for a striped afghan using the colors you've provided:
* 600-700 yards of medium weight yarn in a variety of colors, including red, beige, orange, cream, yellow, light brown, green, white, and dark brown
* Crochet hook in size J (6.0 mm)
* Tapestry needle
Gauge: 4 inches = 14 single crochet stitches and 15 rows
1. Using the red yarn, chain a multiple of 14 stitches plus 2. For example, if you want your afghan to be 50 inches wide, you would chain 72 stitches (50 inches / 4 inches per 14 stitches = 12.5 sets of 14 stitches, plus 2 for the border).
2. Single crochet in the second chain from the hook and each chain across.
3. For the next row, switch to the beige yarn and single crochet in each stitch across.
4. Continue working rows of single crochet in each of the following colors: orange, cream, yellow, light brown, green, white, and dark brown.
5. When you reach the end of the row, switch to the next color and turn your work.
6. Repeat rows 2-5 until your afghan reaches the desired length.
7. Finish off and weave in the ends.
This pattern creates a striped afghan with a simple border. You can customize the size and colors to suit your preferences and the amount of yarn you have available. Enjoy your new afghan!