This two part video is a continuation of the interview with textile artist Jack Lenor Larsen. The first minutes of the video provide the final commentary on a woven plaid wall hanging previously discussed by Larsen. When asked about the future of textiles, Larsen discusses the trend toward industrialized and inexpensive production techniques. Although he posits about the reemergence of Nottingham laces, Larsen primarily sees a future in synthetic fibers and dynamic knit patterns. In the second part of the video, the interviewer and filmmaker visit Larsen's home in Easthampton, Massachusetts. There, Larsen describes the African inspiration for his round house, its craftsman details, and its diverse furniture collection. Room by room, Larsen describes the windows, furniture, and accessories, as symbiotic elements that coalesce into a single space.