Artist Andrew Salomone writes:
It occurred to me that needleworkers used to have to make patterns and images to decorate fabric in the same way that contemporary music producers make beats and musical compositions by repeating and layering audio samples in digital sound editing programs. So the files created using digital editing programs today basically function in the same way that needlework samplers did in the days when all embroidery had to be done by hand.
So he made this Breakbeats Sampler, featuring waveforms for some common breakbeats, lovingly stitched on fabric. I’m guessing the natural next step would be to make each breakbeat playable with a soft switch.