Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh. So serene. Itty bitty pieces of Habu Textiles in my living room. Tiny little parcels of interesting wools, some steel, some paper, some linen, some mohair, and some wool. Little pieces to add into other projects, and enough steel to do something japanese with. I was generally dissapointed with Habu - which I feared would be the case before I even left on my trip. There's a reason everyone buys little bits of the wool, because it's so hard to know what you'd do with any of these pieces in bulk. And lets face it, the little bits look so cute just as they are. I enjoyed rummaging around in their large woven baskets on the floor, digging deeper to find something hidden beneath. I was suprised to find the showroom so small - hardly condusive to buying really, and a lack of kits made up for viewing which makes it all extra hard. I went with a purpose of buying a jacket kit, and ended up with, well, little bits of things. However, even if they never get made into anything, they look pretty neat all piled up.