This is one of the most fun and most forgiving of shibori patterns. Just meander over the cloth, pleating in zig-zags, bind and then dye each section a different color. Always turns out beautiful, especially on women's shirts.
Now a selection of omasu (large square) motifs:
Omasu often reminds me of stained-glass windows.
The pleating and color bleeding in these three tea towels reminds me of rays of light scattered by the colored glass in a cathedral.
Concentric ne-maki (thread-bound ring) motifs doing another imitation of a cathedral window: