Eccentric, or distorted, wefts will feel a lot more loosey goosey than the straight lines we were weaving last week. In eccentric weaving, areas are built up randomly by weaving back and forth in an area. Lozenge like shapes can build on one another with no outline or outlined with plainweave or soumak, which provides a strong, raised outline. The hard part of all this freeform weaving is trying to keep your selvedges from wobbling too much, as well as the surface from bulging. In the first section I wove some big and small lozenges without outlining. In the next section, I wove shapes in a similar fashion and outlined them with soumak. I love the raised line soumak adds to the flat, woven surface.