I wanted color to be the primary focus in all of these weavings, so I wove most of them using plain weave, the simplest weave structure (over one, under one), with the exceptions of the overshot piece and the REP piece. The color in the warps is arranged like a spectrum, and each woven strip of color is followed by the color to its left or right as seen in the warp order. In TWIST AND SHOUT COLOR and COOL KNOT WARM, I have designed the woven striping using a segment of the Fibonacci sequencing (2, 3, 5, and 8), a progressive numerical system that is found in the universal order of nature. The woven stripes are equal in width to a Fibonacci number with the stripe on either side the width of the numbers on either side. A stripe 3" wide, for example, would have stripes next to it that are either 2" wide or 5" wide. In WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND and GO WITH THE FLOW, the width of the woven stripes is the same as the width of the warp stripes. Each woven section of color fades into another. The crossing of warp and weft make the woven fabric appear like a pointillist painting. From a distance, the viewer's eye blends the colors.