This program offers a systematic approach for applying color principles to handwoven structures, from warp-faced to weft-faced and in between. Woven examples illustrate the range of color interactions in weaving. Yarn sequences, needle weavings, and handwoven samplers are suggested as initial opportunities to study color effects ranging from blending to vibration. You will learn how to successfully use color, and how the color interaction is affected by your choice of fiber and weave structure, size, distance and lighting. A valuable guide for all handweavers.