A stack of folded fabric lends visual and tactile value to a thing that sometimes exists in the absence of immediate function. Looking closely at fabric in it's many different variations, we see an intertwinement of twisted fiber, folded and tucked in to itself, revealing texture, strength, and utility. As a wholeness, fabric is found to behave like it's composite moving parts. As a uniquely human attribute, fabric is something we have for a very long time clothed ourselves in, shielded ourselves by, and contained things with. The fabric of our lives is not only a familiar working material, but it is also a trait, and--an affection.