First off, I think it's a brilliant idea to put your samples, etc. to good use that way. You've got the gears turning in my own head. It looks like you've experimented with a couple of different formats. Is that accurate? Have you found that you prefer one over another when working with textiles? I love the titles. They make me curious and/or make me smile.
All in all I'd say "Good on you!"
Love every one of your books .... it is a great way to keep samples together, and you have a wonderful variety of samples. You have entered the publishing world in a big way!
I have made three sample books, and there is a lot more subject matter in my cupboard waiting to be sorted and 'published'.
I am even looking at a quilt which I made from blocks when I was experimenting with 3D flowers .... it was never quilted, just tied, and made for use in the caravan we no longer have. There are twenty five blocks/pages which would be perfect as a book! It wouldn't be as warm as the quilt though!
You are creasting a wonderful resource as well as something you and others can browse through, and I hope to see more of what you do.
I just went thru all of your photos. All I can say is that I was inspired. I'm still very new to the creative side of needle arts. (Oh, I loved the Sorry Marshall!) You actually had me looking up foiling fabric. I had not heard of that before. (I also looked up nekidesu and got "Did you mean: neko desu" and lots of links to your comments online) Seeing your work makes me want to just "play" with fabric and thread (by machine and hand) and see what happens. I plan to do that, if for no other reason than to break out of my boxes, or free some force within me (that rather makes me crazy all pent up the way it is).