You have to admit, though, it really does look like a snake. In fact it bears a pretty striking resemblance to a Coral Snake, as you can see from the photo below.
As a reminder, here is a picture of the yarn pack that I am working with.
Gazania Skein - 57.8 g
Blue Skein - 48.9 g
Red Skein - 46.4 g
Orange Skein - 49.1 g
Yellow Skein - 50.2 g
For comparison, the yarn weights of my Charivari Zebra were:
Charivari skein - 52.4 g
Black skein - 48.9 g
Dark Gray Skein - 48.9 g
Light Gray Skein - 48.1 g
White Skein - 46.8 g
For the Charivari Zebra I used up all of my Charivari skein, which made the central panel longer than the pattern called for. I did this knowing that I might run short on some of the other colors, but wasn't worried and new I could just adjust the number of garter stitch rows, which I did on the Black skein and the white skein. Given the weight difference between the Charivari skein and the Gazania skein I don't think I can safely use up all of my Gazania skein, so I will use up about 52 grams. I'm thinking that any leftover yarn that I have I will divide evenly in half, join the ends and just work additional garter stitch rows on both edges, reversing the order of the colors and ending with the Gazania. I know that I won't have any of the Blue or Red skeins left, based upon my experience with the Charivari Zebra.
Pattern: Traveling Zebra by Louise Robert
Yarn: Bis-sock by Biscotte & Cie
Needle: US 2.5 (3 mm) & US 4 (3.5 mm)