Pixelated patterns are trending across material categories, offering a look that is both low-res and high-tech. Some patterns refer to traditional handcrafts, such as needlework, embroidery and tapestry weaves — older techniques to create images from dots that are the precursor to digital pixels. Many fabrics are woven and then digitally printed. By simultaneously referring to the digital and the traditional, these examples cleverly bring the history of textiles full circle, while also blurring the line between traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Styles on offer run the gamut from clean, high-tech looks to traditional florals, and from fine textures to wild geometry.