That's one more project to strike off the "On-the-go" list.... Today I'm back to working on Sue's Japanese Quilt. I'm hoping to get the quilting finished (don't hold me to that - there's still a lot to do!) so that I can put the binding on during the week (I still haven't decided on that yet).
Follow-up: Magikquilter asked of yesterday's "Why textiles?" post, "Do I do my art full-time?" Unfortunately I have a regular job to support my 'habit'. I work with a training company running their administration area and I do enjoy it (it's a small business with people who I like working with), but if I had a choice I'd give up work for full-time art anyday. I just know that I'd never be able to support myself if I did, and I'd have to get the 'motivation thing ' and the 'finishing thing' sorted too.
Magikquilter also asked if I still do the embroidery and cloth dolls. The answer is sometimes. I still have an interest in the cloth dolls but working with my own designs than other peoples (even though I really do love some of the patterns out there), but it's not a priority and so those thoughts are staying on the backburner for now. It's a similar story for the embroidery, I still enjoy it, but now I avoid working from kits and patterns and am working on some ideas there too.
PS. All of these recent posts are a bit misleading as to what sort of work I'm interested in now, but it does show where I've come from. I'll have to get some new work up on the blog soon though...