Little time to weave these days, but I like to keep things percolating by designing new drafts. It's exercise, folks. It stimulates the weaving center of the brain. If you've forgotten your anatomy lessons, the weaving center is slightly anterior to the breadmaking center and slightly posterior to the chocolate center.
The first two drafts are for 12 shafts. If I weave them on a 16 shaft loom, I'll use the remaining four shafts for a twill or basket selvedge threading.
And just for kicks, I swapped the liftplans on the above two, to get some variations:
These are all developed on 4-end networks. Click to enlarge.