I'm thinking that I'll talk to the teachers about the possibility of transferring to a different major, as I'm not sure I'll be able to work to the demands of textiles. I'm a jack of all trades, and probably better at drawing/painting than I am at sewing so a switch to printmaking and drawing won't be too bad at all.
Girl, if you're ready to transfer to a different major because of one snarky comment, then you had no business choosing that major in the first place! Maybe this was a blessing in disguise, it got you out of there before you spent your time studying for a career you aren't passionate about. Then again... textiles could lead you to a tangible career, whereas "drawing" as a major isn't really going to prepare you for life after college... unless you want to be a professional drawer. Not much money to be made there unless you're one of the lucky few.
Art is subjective. I love your piece, I think it's gorgeous. But not everyone will like everything you do. No matter what major you transfer to, there are going to be people with negative critiques. Toughen up that skin of yours!
For what it's worth, looking back at a lot of the projects I did in art school, I often thought my professors were wrong... but they seldom were. Next time you get a negative critique, ask for suggestions on what you could improve. "What could I have done to make this look complete? What would you like to see me change for next time?" You don't have to follow their advice, but you should still listen to them.