Getting a little giddy at the end of this warp, which has been on the loom over a year, I broke one of my rules: don't use fancy yarns in a complex structure.
The primary weft is black, and the secondary wefts are lt brown bamboo and a very noisy multicolored cotton knop yarn. I am torn between seeing this as a dog's breakfast or a subtle evocation of shadows on a forest floor.
In small amounts, such as a book cover, I think it will do very well. The jury is still out.
You might like to see face and reverse—it is very surprising.