Oh goodness, this fabric. I am an absolute sucker for interesting wovens; and this collection from Ruby Star Society is the very definition of interesting wovens. They've used various weaving techniques to create fabric with texture, interest, and- dare I say it- a little bit of intrigue. If this fabric was a British Detective; it would be the Poirot of fabrics. Fussy, but brilliant. I make no promises about this fabric's ability to solve crimes on trains, however.
Anyways, the fabric, right. It really is gorgeous. It is surprisingly lightweight; much more akin to a lawn with fluid movement and gentle drape. The pattern on this fabric is made with small threads running through the weft of the fabric; the 'wrong' side is also the reverse of the front. I think it looks quite neat, and could be used to contrast or accent, as cuffs, collars, or pockets. However, it is made up of little threads, so care needs to be taken if you're going to get fancy.