The maple leaf fabric is from a vintage garment, bought at a stand at a festival. (I nearly bought an amazing cloth bolt for a yukata at a nearby shop, but I'm still not good enough to make the best use of it.) The dense flower pattern is a tenugui from a 100 yen shop, and the three at the bottom are super-soft gauze handkerchiefs from the Ninenzaka area below Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto.
Small furoshiki bought at Narita airport duty free.
Handkerchiefs with traditional patterns bought at a small shop near the Kappabashi kitchenware equipment area of Asakusa in Tokyo. The shopkeeper and the friend I was with told me that all of the very traditional patterns like these have meanings - they symbolised protection, good fortune, etc.
Bunnies, flowers and fish.
I love these simple striped fabrics - the colour combinations really make them work. The bottom right handkerchief and the one lying over the others are from a stand in a game/anime goods shop in Ueno.