I am so amused by the fabric discussion... except from Ataruk.. I was brought a piece of the SG work shirt chambray, sold by Will, just after he started selling it. It was 60" wide and woven on modern looms. I had not read any of the early threads about this fabric. that is why i was so appalled by the cost vs quality aspect of the fabric. a second person brought me a length of the will work shirt chambray as well. Same cheap stuff that has a little bit of poly in the mottled looking blue yarn. I have never seen the 36" wide work shirt chambray. I have also never seen the voile chambray. I have worked with voile chambray in the past. some was made in a now closed mill from Lyon, france called Dupont. it felt more like a batiste, but it was amazing. I think I have an old shirt of my father's made from this voile. I have also seen the same voile from Italy and Switzerland. in regards to the three photos posted. not sure what the first fabric is. i would need a swatch in hand. fabric two, whether it is wide or narrow, is the usual work shirt chambray the pilling might come from the poly/cotton yarns separating. It is still cheap fabric..... the third photo. looks like fabric that i can buy from any decent mill in the world. quality from G and R might be better and more expensive then a better mill from india. price for this fabric from any of these mills is a lot less then what Foo has confidentially told me what he was paying. I will happily sell anything in my inventory(except 2/200) for that price and walk away very happy. with out touching the fabric, I can not really give a proper opinion. The fabric should make up a very nice shirt. more of what I would have suggested for a One shirt. as opposed to the work shirt chambray. If anyone is interested in the work shirt chambray. I am looking into having the fabric woven in India. the price per yard would be a lot less then current pricing. please PM me if interested. I would have to weave several hundred yards. and would only do this. if there is enough interest. I have access presently to the same shade of work shirt chambray from india. but the weave is looser and not the same yarn size. the in stock fabric is also very well priced.