The first of the new color samples for double twill are finished. There were some major changes of direction midway through the sample set; I surgically removed the unsatisfactory sections and stitched the rest together. You can hardly tell. It's getting ready to snow here, but I wanted one quick photo by daylight. This pile of leaves out back was just the ticket. To jog your memory: the weft rotation is red, yellow, blue, & repeat, all the way through.
My inner eye really called out for a more muted palette and for the next set I selected a deep peach, brassy gold, and dark teal as my three weft colors. The sample set is still not finished, but here is a picture of it in progress. The light is warm indoor variety. Nevertheless, you can still tell the difference. I am liking this better.
As I write these words the sleet is beginning. They say we'll get six inches of snow.