Ask me what you want/Tell me what you know
Hey guys, I’m about to head out for a weekend of chillin’ with my little sister (and much needed relaxing/working time, which oddly equate to the same thing). Before I head out, just a reminder or in case you missed it, I’m still looking for textile questions and school experiences! I look forward to seeing you in my ask box and there is no way to make that not sound dirty and I apologize.
I need halp.
scrawlingcompiling exhaustive lists of features/articles/etc for this (still un-named) quarterly textile magazine and there’s some things I’d like to humbly ask for your help with:
- Questions. I need your questions about anything textile related. I know I already have an inbox full of unanswered questions I’m still working on, but I want moooore. So any questions you would like answered in the very first issue of this textile quarterly send them to my ask box.
- Your textile program/major. The most regularly asked question I get is “can you recommend a good textile program or school in (insert geographical location)?”. To my great personal disappointment, no I can’t. I just don’t know enough about any textile programs or have any personal experience with them to feel I can confidently steer you in the right direction. Everyone on tumblr seems very happy to offer up their experience at their own school whenever this comes up however, so I thought for the benefit of everyone looking for programs I could compile a list of programs and your personal experiences/thoughts. Anyone wanting to talk about their textile school or program, to the ask box! (Anonymous is understandable since I intend on publishing your answers.)
In fact, all around I am open to suggestions on what you want to see in a textile magazine. So if there’s anything that just kills you deep down on the inside that you never see addressed in any art/craft/other textile magazines, tell me about it, we can have a good cry and I’ll see what I can do.
Many more thanks than I am reasonably allowed to show without things getting awkward,