This project is inspired by my experience of dyslexia and visual distress, which causes words and letters to distort and form patterns. My main aim is to take inspiration from the challenges I have experienced and create aesthetically pleasing fabrics. I hope to convey what I, and others, see in a commercially viable way through the use of pattern, shape, texture and especially contrast to represent the relief from visual distress contrasting coloured overlays bring to black lettering. I have created a collection of unique, tactile/stimulating knitted fabrics and surfaces intended to be used as a range of practical interior products such as wall hangings, fiddle throws, cushions, rugs, large cushions and comfy floor blankets suitable for shared family spaces such as playrooms, bedrooms and living areas. These products encourage fidgeting, which is often a symptom of neurodivergent people and known to be a great stress reliever.