The power of color is amazing! How it is used determines what the eye sees. For example, these three geometric warped squares were woven using the same pattern graph design. Each was woven with the exact same palette of colors. What makes each warped square appear so different from its neighbor is that the colors have traded positions in the pattern design. To my eye, the light, bright colors really pop while the darker shades recede. Notice how the center colors stand out in the first two warped squares, while the ring of eight turquoise “flowers” in the third warped square command the eye’s attention. I love the “crazy quilt” effect of the pattern design, but varying the color juxtaposition really extends design possibilities!