The first one is too squashed. The second one is too elongated. The third one is just right.
Now here's the interesting part:
See the horizontal white picks about halfway down? Below that dividing line the circles are woven in primary cloth with complete separation between the two layers. Above the dividing line the circles are in tied double cloth. Subtle, but a useful distinction. If the areas of primary cloth are very small, double cloth works well. But if there are large areas of double cloth, it works better to have them tied. In both cases, the secondary cloth has a fine salmon silk warp and acid yellow bamboo weft. In the areas of true double cloth, you can barely see the salmon warp.