When Anjali’s uncle first set down his sewing machine in a damp valley of a new country there were no other tailors in the area. ‘Damp and cold are the perfect business partners of any tailor,’ her uncle wrote when telling Anjali’s father to join him. It was her uncle who first taught Anjali the nature of different fabrics. Clothing can be warm and supportive, or it can be hesitant or unreliable. But each and every person is the tailor of her own future. Anjali must now decide whether she will sketch out that future; or will she continue to just stitch over the past. One thing is for certain. Nobody ever reaches the cutting edge of ambition, without cutting.