I finished up a pattern that I liked and, with the help of Photoshop, managed to map out what it would look like with a black weft:
You will unfortunately have to imagine the full pattern, but it’s symmetric so that shouldn’t be too hard.
And here is a similarly partial view of what it will look like with a turquoise to fuchsia weft:
The actual piece will have slightly better contrast (click for the larger photo, that helps some) but the overall texture of the color should be about the same. I switched from turquoise at the edges to turquoise in the center so the four-leafed design in the top right and top left corners would show more clearly.
This is proving to be a pretty exciting project – it’s neat watching it unfold. And between Photoshop and Fiberworks PCW, I have a powerful pair of simulation tools.