I had help focusing on how I would depict harmony in a quilt. First it was my guitarist son who used harmonic chords to define harmony. I thought I could relate the chords (finger and string placement) with colors. This led to my thinking about Josef Albers theory of squares of colors and how they relate to each other. My husband suggested using transparency to define harmony in my piece. I found prints in red, orange and yellow and went to my favorite stash of dance photos. My technique included Wonder Under fused dancers stitched/quilted with a tiny zig-zag stitch of monofilament thread and a little Tsukineko Ink for the tiny brown hand.