The napkins are being woven in cottolin, as I had some and it looks nice and is easy to take care of, in natural and a weird sort of light grass green that I'm really not fond of by itself. It's working up very nicely though. I'm still surprised by what colors do when you weave with them. The draft is the rosette twill from Northern European Textiles (which can be found here). I'll be writing up more extensive documentation on the draft when I'm done, as this is part of my A&S 50 list too, but so far it's going very well. I managed to get the loom threaded without any mistakes, and my first attempt at using a floating selvedge is going pretty well (if a little slowly at first).
Here's the start of my actual weaving:
It turns out this weave is quite similar to the diamond patterned background used on several of the Perugia towels, so this is turning out to be good practice for my next big project. Warping up the fine linen for that still scares me a little bit, but I think I can manage. I just have to find some good movies to watch on the laptop while I'm threading and I'll be fine.