Hoping to get things started here - a repeat of my post on the group form:
I am the chairperson of the Complex Weavers Tied Weave Study group, and many of our members study Taquete. Taquete, also called Weft Compound Tabby, S&W polychrome without tabbies, Double Binding Technique, and many other names, is a weft faced weave that relies on color rotation and contrast to develop pattern. Once understood, there is a tremendous amount of design freedom for the weaver. If you are a member of Complex Weavers, you have access to the past 8 years of study group notebooks, and you will find some good info about Taquete. John Becker's "Pattern and Loom" has an excellent description as well. (Book available for loan to CW members). Lillian's disc is an excellent beginning lesson. Most weaving texts have information about Summer and Winter, which, imho, really ought to be called Single Two Tie Unit weave, and where there is info about S&W, there is info about S&W Polychrome without tabbies, which is taquete. Weavers Magazine has many articles on Taquete.