3D printers have been used to make everything from candy to sculptures of unborn children (not to mention a skull and a rocket car.) So it was only a matter of time before the technology would be repurposed to make something that (literally) touches all of us every day -- fabric.
A team of entrepreneurs is taking 3D printing in that direction with Electroloom, a device that makes fabric from a liquid sprayed onto molds. They are running a slightly unusual Kickstarter campaign right now in which they're asking people to pledge cash to become a beta tester and help them improve the product. So instead of promising a fully functional machine that can make your wedding tux, for pledges at the highest level you'll get a machine that can make fabric that could be fashioned into a crude tank top, skirt or hat and lets you become part of the team that can help push the tech forward.
Link 1 (cnet.com)
Link 2 (Kickstarter)