I also swapped the proportion of the blue with the orange from what I had in my sample piece, so that now the full size piece is half blue, a quarter yellow-green, and about an eighth each red-violet and orange.
Once the weaving started, I almost immediately regretted choosing wool; the close double-sett required for doubleweave made for very sticky sheds. It reminded me of the year I wove double-wide throws for all my family members. I was having to clear the shed half the time. I did discover about 5 rows into the weaving that my brake system was not hooked up properly. After fixing that, the tension improved and weaving went a little more smoothly, though I was still checking the shed before every shot of the weft. And my choice of combinations of what the blocks were doing required that I got down under the loom every 1-1/2 inches to change the tie-up of treadles to lamms. This turned out to be quite a physical weaving project!
I got this onto the loom on Easter Sunday. The colors remind me of a field of California wildflowers: lupine, poppy and owl's clover in spring green grass. So I think its title is California Spring Sprang.