Solo Exhibit in Sitges, Spain
I was fortunate to have a solo exhibit of my art quilts while in Sitges, Spain at the Spanish Patchwork Festival. The exhibit took place in a municipal building a short walk from the building where I was teaching. It was so crowded at times, my husband, Steve, and I would sneak out for a glass of wine.
Here’s a slide show of the exhibit. And here’s a video we took below:


Solo Exhibit in Sitges, Spain
I was fortunate to have a solo exhibit of my art quilts while in Sitges, Spain at the Spanish Patchwork Festival. The exhibit took place in a municipal building a short walk from the building where I was teaching. It was so crowded at times, my husband, Steve, and I would sneak out for a glass of wine.
Here’s a slide show of the exhibit. And here’s a video we took below:

Lady of Spain I Adore You!
I owe my fabulous trip to Spain to one fine Lady of Spain, Rosario Casanovas. Rosario is a shop owner in Girona, Spain and president of the Asociacion Espanola de Patchwork. But many of you know her as a quilt instructor that often teaches here in the US. She is a sweetheart and lots of fun! Thank you Rosario for the invitation to Spain!

Here are some other ladies at dinner. It’s about 11:00 and we’re waiting for the first course. This time schedule fit it nicely with my east bound jet lag. For me it’s only 5 in the afternoon! Clockwise from top to left: Roberta Horton, me, Mary Mashuta, Asun (another Lady of Spain), Gwenfai Rees Griffiths (Welch quilt instructor), Rosario, and Doris (a Lady of Wales).

Has the song, “Lady of Spain”, been going through your head for the last few minutes? Try having it in you head for a month!

Lady of Spain I Adore You!
I owe my fabulous trip to Spain to one fine Lady of Spain, Rosario Casanovas. Rosario is a shop owner in Girona, Spain and president of the Asociacion Espanola de Patchwork. But many of you know her as a quilt instructor that often teaches here in the US. She is a sweetheart and lots of fun! Thank you Rosario for the invitation to Spain!

Here are some other ladies at dinner. It’s about 11:00 and we’re waiting for the first course. This time schedule fit it nicely with my east bound jet lag. For me it’s only 5 in the afternoon! Clockwise from top to left: Roberta Horton, me, Mary Mashuta, Asun (another Lady of Spain), Gwenfai Rees Griffiths (Welch quilt instructor), Rosario, and Doris (a Lady of Wales).

Has the song, “Lady of Spain”, been going through your head for the last few minutes? Try having it in you head for a month!


Welcome to Sitges!
I have just returned from Spain where I taught 2 classes for the wonderful Asociacion Espanola de Patchwork in the lovely coastal city of Sitges. Much to my delight, I discovered the Spanish quiltmakers to be lively and fun, matching their sunny climate.
Here you see the sign at the entrance to my special exhibit of 9 large quilts. This charming old building was packed everyday by viewers from the Spanish Quilt Association as well as other quiltmakers from around Europe. The swirl of languages and activity was fun but exhausting!
More photos and information later. Please forgive my jet lag.


Welcome to Sitges!
I have just returned from Spain where I taught 2 classes for the wonderful Asociacion Espanola de Patchwork in the lovely coastal city of Sitges. Much to my delight, I discovered the Spanish quiltmakers to be lively and fun, matching their sunny climate.
Here you see the sign at the entrance to my special exhibit of 9 large quilts. This charming old building was packed everyday by viewers from the Spanish Quilt Association as well as other quiltmakers from around Europe. The swirl of languages and activity was fun but exhausting!
More photos and information later. Please forgive my jet lag.