How are fabrics perceived? Part of their beauty lies in their changeability. Due to light and movement, new colours constantly appear and disappear. Most often, they are perceived only unknowingly, but contribute to a deep emotional value. In this series, I want to capture in embroidery the look a piece of fabric has at one single moment and to translate it into a mass-produceable result. Essentially, this is the opposite of what I am doing in the double-weaves. Game rules are: I use fabrics made by myself (some of them can be found in other places on this website). They are digitised, but not technically enhanced, and machine-embroidered. Sometimes I leave the traces of machine production in place, such as jump stitches. From a distance, the original material reveals clearly. When having a closer look, one sees new colours and structures develop.