Nonbinary people identify themselves (mainly) outside of traditional gender roles. At a point in time where gender-neutral fashion has long reached a wide public, this project examines genderqueer forms of representation of a purely textile nature. The aim is to create visibility for people with a wide variety of gender expressions so that their existence and appearance achieves a normalcy and social acceptance. In order to chart the preferences, desires and claims of the group, seven nonbinary people were canvassed about (self-)representation, textiles and their backgrounds. The evaluation of the conversations formed the basis for embroidery and printed-cloth designs, intended to strengthen nonbinary people and stimulate wider social reflections about gender. Human diversity is mirrored in textile variety.