The great thing about Summer and Winter weave is that it shows the reverse pattern on the opposite side so it never looks messy. In this sampler, I was trying to see the differences in how the pattern looks when the tabby changes each time while the pattern for the main weft yarn stays the same. The differences are subtle, but the overall feeling of the cloth is different.
I used 20/2 Normandy Linen from Henry's Attic for the warp and Harrisville Designs Shetland for the weft. The sett was 22 epi. The linen was a little finicky to work with, but turned out lovely.
Here's an example of the reverse side of the weaving. I foresee a lot of summer and winter in my future weaving. Have a great weekend!