Microscope Photography: Guess the Fabric Edition

Greetings, Hivers! I decided to try something a little different today with my microscope and made a bit of a game of "guess the fabric." I have 8 items up close with the microscope and the normal photo showing what it is. It's not so much a "guess the fiber" since every single one of these is, I think, acrylic? - but more of a "guess what that thing is," I suppose. LOL. Wanna play? Because you know I love me some fabric under a microscope. ;) I thought my #needlework friends might find it interesting, too.

Fabric #1:

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The Reveal:

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This one is part of a knit cat mat

Fabric #2:

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This one's a two-parter:
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The Reveal:

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That's my sewing basket! The first photo is the cloth top and the second is the woven bottom

Fabric #3:

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The Reveal:

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Carpet from a cat tree! :)

Fabric #4:

(another two parter)
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The Reveal:

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the curtain tie back - the tassel part, specifically

Fabric #5:

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The Reveal:

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faux suede on a coat - the light brown part, not the fuzzy hood part

Fabric #6:

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The Reveal:

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faux leather on my massage table

Fabric #7:

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The Reveal:

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Umbrella fabric!

Fabric #8:

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The Reveal:

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a big ball of embroidery floss

So that was my little adventure with the microscope today. I hope you found it interesting. :) Have a wonderful day, and keep on exploring the world around you! 😃

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Hahah this is so cool. And to think that you have a microscope at home, is even cooler!
It is really interesting how each material look under the microscope, at most parts scary too :D I like the ones with weaves like the umbrella and the faux suede :)

I love woven material under the microscope too! 😄

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