The naturally pigmented cotton cloth is finished, washed and ironed:
I have chosen the colors and measured out the warp for the next set of towels. I have beamed the warp (enough for 13 of them) and threaded more than half the warp. It's a bit over 20 inches wide ( ~50 cm). I always look forward to threading my loom because I can sit inside it on a stool that is just the right size (another Jim Hokett creation), listen to a recording of a book (Laura Lippman at the moment) and thread away. To be honest, I am always a little bit sorry when I get to the end, although then I get to draw the threads through the reed, tie them on and get started making cloth....so there are compensations!
Here is where things are:
What you can't see in this photo are the orange borders of the rose/coral stripes and the blue violet bordered with gray/white marl in the turquoise borders. You'll see those details later.
I like them already.