My adventures with loom woven crimp cloth designs (woven shibori) continues with another experiment using a rayon chenille warp with widely spaced, thin stripes of a varigated chenille. The main cloth is plain weave, the pattern threads are woven in point twill. The weft is orlon.
Visually, I like the way the thin stipes poke in and out of the crimp pattern. The weight and drape are comfortable for a scarf. The width could be a bit wider. This could be done by either making the warp wider, doing a partial crimp, or by doing a looser crimp.
More experiements on the horizon.