Red on Red Swedish Snowflake motif used as a border on each side of the warp.
I fiddled around with the motif and centre field to make it fit the number of ends in the warp (24" x 32 epi) and wound up with a few extra ends which are hanging off the back of the loom. These threads will not be wasted but given to a friend who doesn't mind taking some time to sort them out for her own use.
I'm not entirely sure I'm happy with the white weft on the red - the contrast in value is a little 'extreme' for my tastes. But as towels? I'm sure someone, somewhere will be happy to have them. They just wouldn't look great in my kitchen. Since I rarely weave for my own use, though, I'm happy enough with them and they will go into inventory. Plus that cone of half-bleached singles linen is now officially used up.
I love fine yarns, but they do go on for a very long time. You certainly get your play value out of a cone of fine yarn! The 20/2 red I'm using for weft has a bazillion yards per pound (20 x 840 = 16,800 divided by 2 = 8400) I should have weighed the cone before I started winding bobbins, but I expect it is around 2 pounds. It will probably outlast the 30 yard red warp currently on the loom. Since I have lots of the 2/16 for warp, another one may be in the cards. I'll change the design, but there will no doubt be lots of inventory of table runners and/or towels in holiday season red for next year.