Last week, as I wrote on Wednesday, I worked on quilting for the first time in a really long time. That made me realize how much my inner artist needs to get out more. I have been mostly knitting for the past year or more, and while I do love knitting, it does not fulfill all my artistic needs. I mean, I know a log cabin block is not exactly high art, but it made me so happy to work with prints and colors of fabric.
After I did a little more quilting last night, I started to tackle the mess on my sewing desk (which is actually the built in vanity in my bedroom). Under a pile of fabric, I found some fiber art books and now I am itching to play with some of that stuff.
You might remember I posted a couple of weeks ago about this bag:
One of the books I found under the heap was about fabric art journals. I really want to do some kind of art journaling. I bought a rolodex at some point to do art journaling in, I wonder if that plan is a good one. I am thinking it might be a good format, because it involves very small pieces, and you build it as you go so no need to decide when it's "done".