Share what bizarre, totally obscure thought you had before sleep took you away last night. Mine: What has the potential for being the strongest kind of fabric; a knit or a weave? If anyone would hazard a guess, I'd be interested to know. I think a weave ultimately would because of the sheer number of threads you could pack into a square inch. You'd also be able to use sturdier fibres that don't need to be as flexible. But knits are essentially row upon row of pseudo-knot. And knitting originated as a utilitarian means of constructing fish nets, which would have to be strong... Thankfully it didn't keep me up all night.