Category Archives: Mini quilt

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Friday, 14 July 2017

Saturday, 1 July 2017

In a pottery workshop…



A kitchen quilt, which has been sewed for one particular destination. The jugs.

Some time ago there was a seminar leaded by Gillian Travis in Warsaw. I haven’t attended there but girls showed me the results and I got interested. I liked the idea of using one element all over the entire piece, as Gillian did, this could be flower, bird, fruit etc. Also joining the ready and quilted elements with thick zigzag stitches (or satin stitches as some call it). I decided to check if all this was so simple as it seemed to me.


Continue reading

Friday, 23 June 2017

Painted jugs


DSC_241812


This tapestry has been created from associations in my mind and as a side activity. Currently I’m up to some much bigger work, but just don’t have enough strength for it because of some nasty sickness. That’s why I did this little one between coughing attacks.


Continue reading

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Monday, 10 April 2017

Friday, 31 March 2017

The Portrait


(inspired by picture made by Julia Eves)


DSC_03471-001


I wanted to make this picture since the time I saw it on Julia’s Facebook. Few month passed and this inclination didn’t fade away. It happens sometimes to me that way. I asked Julia for permission and she agreed. Thank you Julia!


Continue reading

Friday, 24 March 2017

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

The wooing


... or The Finder’s story continued


DSC_0262-002


The Finder flew all over the world. That’s true. It was only virtually, yet he reached many far distant places which flattered me a lot. I thank for all the regards, it’s very nice that so many people like my works.


Continue reading

Saturday, 18 March 2017

A meadow finder


DSC_0211-002

A meadow finder


Since few days I’m trying to fight a cold which makes me suffer and puts me away of my usual daily routines. The latter is actually not so bad as I have more time to think over some things, peek out here and there and chat on the internet. This was the preface.

Oh!, yes, and I want more colors again!

Continue reading