Great Quilters and Great Quilts

Today  I would like to share few photos of great quilters and great quilts that I met and saw at the EPM 2016. First of all it was Edyta Sitar from Laundry Basket Quilts. I knew her from the time I lived in USA. We even spoke English with the same accent! I was lucky… Read More →

European Patchwork Meeting 2016

I just got back from the European Patchwork Meeting that is one of the greatest quilting events in Europe:  http://www.patchwork-europe.eu/index.php The event takes place in several villages in Val d’Argent, Alsace: Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines, Sainte-Croix-aux-Mines, Lièpvre, Rombach-le-Franc. During 5 days, historical buildings, village halls or places of worship are the theater of a unique event dedicated to… Read More →

Vacation in Pape, Latvia

This week I spent 4 days on the Baltic Sea in Pape, Latvia. This was the first time since my children were small that we were vacationing together: my son’s family from Germany and my daughter’s family from Lithuania. This is a strange thing but we three are citizens of three different countries: I am… Read More →

No Time for Sewing

It’s been a very busy summer. No time for sewing at all.  I truly miss my studio and a new quilt on a design wall that has been waiting for me patiently. For the entire last week I was  traveling  in Lithuania with my friend from New Zealand. I thought I knew my country well… Read More →

Cats in Malta

I am a quilter first, but as I mentioned before, I am a cat lover too. Once in while I will post my cat news because I can’t imagine my life without two things: quilts and cats.  Looks like in Malta everybody loves cats and this country is a real cats heaven. Cats in Malta… Read More →

The colors of Malta

I am back from my trip to Malta and there was one thing that amazed me most: colors of Malta. I am sure colors of Malta will inspire and will be reflected in my new work. As to landscape there were two dominant colors: beige color of limestone and green color of plants. Limestone has… Read More →

Travel project

Tomorrow I am leaving for Malta. When I fly, usually I take my travel project with me. It’s a small bag of scraps, cut into 1.5” squares, thread, needle and a very small scissors: I’ve never had any problem with security before, hope this will work this time again. Then when I wait for the… Read More →