So, here is the next warp. It's not perfect. You might just be able to make out the mistake I made when generating the threading for this. Seems my pain fogged brain wasn't really up to the task.
As I threaded yesterday, I came across a discrepancy - a doubled block. When I checked back at what I had already threaded, I found the same error in the same position of the repeat. And decided that since it was repeated it was symmetrical, since very few people would even notice it and it certainly did nothing to affect the functionality of the cloth, I wasn't going to take the time to fix it.
Instead I have a unique interpretation of the Honeysuckle overshot, transformed to twill blocks.
My focus as a weaver has always been to make functional textiles. I try to make them as attractive as possible. But I'm not perfect. I make mistakes. I have bad days and make bad decisions.
But I also know that this is a tea towel, the error is minor and, as I say, most people won't even see it. So I am not going to allow my Inner Critic to ruin the fact that the tea towels are pretty (*I* think) and they will perform perfectly fine. I will not let my Inner Critic diminish the enjoyment I'm having from finally being able to weave again.
None of us are perfect. But we can still be of service.
Currently reading the Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison