After I washed all seven samples of deflected double weave, it was fascinating to see the results. Here are the scans of the cloth, in triplets. Each triplet shows, from left to right, (1) the original sample as cut off the loom; (2) the front of the sample, after washing & drying; and (3) the back of the sample. Click to enlarge.
The samples were woven on a 16-shaft dobby loom, with 10/2 mercerized cotton, blue & yellow, in warp & wefts at 30 epi and 30 ppi.
Two of the samples showed liftplan errors, which I was able to correct for future weaving. The errors didn't show up during weaving, but were very evident after washing.
What I found especially interesting was that the reverse sides were often quite different from the face sides, in very unpredictable ways.