Have I told you folks about Slow Cloth? Well hold on to your socks. This seems a good follow-up to my interview with Susan on Friday. I discovered them here on HandEye Magazine (drool). I go to visit those pieces frequently. Slow Cloth has a Facebook group as well, if you are interested.
In the meantiime, here are some of my extremely slow cloth pieces. My definition of "slow" in this case is: this is my relaxing-in-the- evening work, doodling around and playing with the pretty threads and colors. No pressure, no end product. There is a great value in that, don't you think? These pieces wind up being works (or is that "plays") in progress for as long as they want to be. The second one is sewn to an old canvas. Tactile (tactilian?) pleasures.