The damasks in the collection of the TextielMuseum have beautiful scenes that subtly become visible in grazing light. Until 1900, the representations in the Netherlands were woven according to existing examples, which often can no longer be traced back to a single drawing hand or designer. In the early twentieth century, damask weavers commissioned artists to design artistic designs and representations. From then on we can follow the process from the first sketch to the final fabric. The TextielMuseum asks designers to design contemporary damask which gets woven in the TextielLab. It goes without saying that the creative processes are recorded and stored in the collection together with the results. In this exhibition, we show the design and production process for damask tableware. A unique story because of the appealing designers, the interesting history, the special application, the artistic and technical innovations and the intriguing weaving technique.