It's nice to find some others who are at a similar point in working through Jane's School of Weaving! I just pulled this project off the loom last night. I did a very small sample because I didn't want a yellow towel; this was with all lemon weft: https://ibb.co/NrYtLLC. I have to say that while on-loom, the bright lemon wasn't really coming through; it looks much better now after wet finishing, much stronger lemon shade, which I like!
The colors in this photo aren't coming through true, this is Towel 1 which is all done with Nile as the weft. https://ibb.co/HXLygmv
Towel 2 yellow sections were done with Butter, and in the middle section I used Pale Orange, Cayenne, Hot Pink, Red, Purple, and Fuschia: https://ibb.co/QKLRwL0
Towel 3 I did some Color & Weave sequences: in 1 half I paired Cayenne with Nile, and the other half was Red with Lemon. Purple for zingers. https://ibb.co/f9t7mM3
Towel 4 I call the "Caribbean look"; it is Pale Limette with Peacock. https://ibb.co/DRtPqRW
I managed to squeeze one more towel out of my warp; I had the back apron rod all the way into the back shafts (good thing I hadn't put the heddles on those shafts yet). It was tough getting the shuttle to go through for about the last 3 inches, as the shed was getting so narrow and I couldn't advance the warp any more! But I was determined to make the towel symmetrical. Towel 5 - 10 picks each: Cayenne, Pale Orange, Apricot, Raspberry, Fuschia, and Hot Pink. I did TAW in the center section because I wanted to see what the checks would look like. https://ibb.co/3T82ryQ