Quality of our fabric depends on what the creator decided to weave us with. Also it depends on the designs we chose to add to that base. Some have embroidered it with laughs while others with morns and pangs. Some have colored it with smiles whiles others chose to color the fabric in plain black hopelessness. There are those who shaded their fabric with grey and those who painted mountains, birds, valleys and flowers on their piece. Then there are those who remain simple clean untouched white sheets too.
Quality is a relative term. No two fabrics have same threads. There might be similar threads but not same threads! Some have very tightly knit structure while others don’t. The ones that are loosely knit might have a different purpose to serve. They don’t become weak just because the knitting is different. Shapes vary, sizes vary, patterns and yarns vary too. That is what makes this world a mosaic of wonderful choices and forms.
So if you happen to touch a fabric which is different from yours, just accept it the way it is. Each thread there is special, each thread is unique.