One of the things weaving and writing share is unweaving and discarding false starts. I didn't love the twill enough to keep it. Too many things I should have done differently in the set up. Unwove it and started over, adding in the left over self-stripping sock yarns. I'm liking it. It will be simple but the yarn is soft and I think it will make a good scarf after all. I am pushed now to remember how to properly set up the selvages, providing double threading the reed at the margins to get a nice solid edge. The twill was a bit of a mess with too many floats and I just couldn't bring myself to finish it because I knew I would be always looking at the messy edge.
On a funny note, my fitbit step tracker apparently thinks pounding the treadles all afternoon is the same as walking and awarded me 10K steps by mid-afternoon.
I am happy with the soft grey wool and the inserts of self-stripping sock yarn that feel very calm and at home among the warp.