I walked into Ted's home last week and Wow! A new quilt on the wall, that was pieced and almost like artwork. Upon closer inspection, the quilting stitches were rather large and the pattern was very free spirited. So unlike her other work. That's because is was not her work! She purchased this piece of art from the Bosna Qult Workshop, an arts and crafts studio established in 1993 by the Vorarlberg painter Lucia Feinig-Gieisinger, along with female refugees from Bosnia at the Galina Refugee home in Western Austria. Since 1988 twelve Bosnian women have been completing Bosna Quilts in the community of Gorazde, the only enclave in the southeastern part of Bosnia which escaped occupation by the Serbs. The whole story is quite fascinating and moving and buying one of these quilts helps support a family. You can read about it here.
Hanging shelves in the kitchen
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