I have cut off the Summer and Winter warp today and tidied up all the ends. Apart from the first section which is a series of samples in Summer and Winter, there are three separate towel lengths and two sections each about 12 inches long. Recall that the warp is plain blue over 60% of the width and striped for the rest.The first one is the least successful towel (Flowers and Leaves). Don't like. It might have worked on 32 shafts but 8 is too few to give nice curved edges.
This one is much nicer (Mughal Windows).
And this is the nicest (Random A) - well, the most to my taste. The draft for Random B was the one that reminded me of 1980s Space Invaders. I erased that one.
I think the reason the last two work is that there is no call for curved edges.
The two 12 inch lengths were of trees, one with a white/pink/green tree and one with a dark green tree. The first is okay but the striped bit of the warp is a bit useless. In the second, the weft green is too near the warp blue in tone. Both are no good, as they stand, for the Leek exhibition. I need to cut them apart and re-assemble them to make use of them. I might do that in Photoshop before setting out with scissors.
One thing though, I now have three nice sized kitchen towels. in cottolin. They are 15 by 30 inches. Previous towels have been too small!!!