The "two faced" project is finished:
I chose to use Summer and Winter because it's a very traditional weave structure that brings to mind coverlets and such, much in the way weavers view Overshot patterns. I like to take these very old fashioned "traditional" structures and play with the blocks and color ways to make them look more contemporary. Lisa commented on an earlier post that the sample from this project looks like old 8 bit video game graphics. So I guess this project is a continuation of a theme.
I'm in the process of assembling the swatch pages for the rest of the study group, then I will consider this project done. The exhibit is in August at MLH conference, then in September we begin a new two year study of tied weaves.