I showed a close-up of this section on Day 2 and today I've added a couple of pieces around it. The far left is the scrap of hem from a pair of pants my daughter shortened, the center is a scrap of upholstery fabric left from a client project and on the right are two pieces of ikat. The bottom is a vintage piece of Japanese cotton that I bought years ago at Yoko Japanese Antiques, a wonderful little shop in South Pasadena. (I can't find them on the web, I'll have to drive by one day and see if they're still in business.) The top piece is a modern indian ikat fabric. The old japanese scrap is a beautiful weight and quality. The indian piece is a bit thin and loosely woven.