Totally bored with the current warp, I embarked on a rethreading, with a different block arrangement. I had to stay within the 40 heddles per shaft limitation of this loom (changing out heddles is NOT a job I take on lightly), which meant going to a narrower warp. I was willing to sacrifice a few inches on each side of the warp to achieve this. I just let the unused warps dangle out the back on each side of the warp beam. They don't interfere with anything. Those pill bottles hold assorted nuts & bolts and serve as the weights on the floating selvedges.
And here is the new threading, still alternating navy/white arrangement, but with a different block plan.
The 3-weft rotation is peach, gray, and forest green. Double twill. Click to enlarge.