Thank you this feedback about how to wet finish this yarn. I'm about half-way done with the heavenly check; after doing 2 full repeats of the checks in the warp color order, I had 28" woven. I decided to change it up in the middle, drawing from the sequences from fibonacci so I decided to do 1" of the carob with fig, using a 5 and 2 color sequence, then I have 4" of fig to get some rectangles, then I'm going to do 4" of carob in the middle, and 4" of aruba, and then to finish off framing the middle section I will repeat the 5-2 color sequence but using carob with the aruba. Then I plan to go back to the checks, but for the second half of the scarf I will weave the color sequences in the opposite direction of the warp color sequence, drawing on Jane's concepts of moving the colors out and back in. It's been a little slow going because I am being really careful not to draw in too much on the selvages; with such fine yarn if I go too fast it is easy to get a lot of draw in. I've found that when I have the beater against the fell, if I extend my shuttle hand further out to the side, then I have enough slack so that when I throw the shuttle I don't get any pulling against the selvage. That seems to be the key, and allows me to get a slightly faster rhythm going. I'm looking forward to seeing the final result!