Fiber optic cacti have become popular with architects, who want to decorate their buildings with a fabric that stretches out of the fiber.
But to make them look good, they also have to be stretchable.
That means that a fiber is stretched by the wind, water and humidity.
It also means that the fibers have to stay in place as they weave through the air, as opposed to being torn apart by the winds or moisture.
That is where a fabric like silk comes in.
The Irish Times article includes several diagrams of how silk is stretched in different fabrics.
It shows how it stretches from a cotton thread and then silk yarn.
The paper said that this type of stretch is not the same as fiber optic, which is created by weaving fiber optic strands.
So the article says, it is not necessarily the same fiber.
It is simply a fabric with silk fibers.
If you want to know more about the history of fabric, you can read the article on the Irish Times website.
You can also see the silk fiber optic in action on the web by downloading the video above.