I'm finally getting around to putting up the post that shows the some of variations on the Farey Fraction Denominator threading. Some of them are very busy, one or two show a good solid design and some didn't show the complexity of the threading at all.
These towels are all woven on the same warp using different tie ups and mostly a point treadling. I used an advancing treadling on one towel.
This is the most elegant design. The pattern is clear and varies across the warp.
This towel is the end of the warp. I used up all of the odds and ends of yarn left on pirns. It was interesting to see how the weft color influenced the design.
I actually like this towel a lot. The pattern shows up in both the red and dark purple areas and it seems almost like embroidery. The reverse of the towel (folded back) shows a redder pattern.
This close up shows how the design alters across the warp. The weft color worked well with the warp; always a surprise which wefts are good and those that are just ho hum!
The towel in this photo shows two very different looking faces.
This was a worthwhile exercise in design work even though my original idea of the red stripe design showing up between bars of dark stripes didn't translate the way I imagined it would. The main feature of the designs are an embroidery like appearance to the cloth. However, the designs are small and so detailed, that they can seem overly busy.