a different take on block weave.
I didn't have a measuring tape, but each (tabby) square is approximately 1 1/2 centimetre.
Also, I did not look ar the back - I just assumed it would be totally reversible.
Started to count threads, from the photo. There are 30 ends in each tabby square, and the patterned squares are "different" - there is a slight warp emphasis on the vertical striped part, but the horizontally striped part does not have the same structure.
Try as I might, I could not get the analysis right, or at least could not make a reversible structure.
I settled on a compromize:
To get 30 ends per tabby square I had to skip one end per block.
As it is so much easier to have a "continuous" threading/treadling, I constructed a variant, with 32 ends per tabby square (or 16 ends per block).
The patterned squares are now a variant of the "rackel" weave described on this guild page, combined with tabby - and I think it still gives the same overall impression (as the original piece of cloth)
Don't have 16 shafts? I played with 8:
With cotton 16/2 sett at (say) 12 epcm, each square will be a generous centimetre square, after wet finishing...: