I share studio with a knitdesigner and we have the same passion for  collecting old lace. On her desk are laying these amazing laces. So pretty.



Tomorrow is a very special day, as I have four year weddingday together with my lovely husband Freddy, whom I met when travelling to Peru in 2007.

In a little antique shop in Miraflores I have bought a piece of fragment of a Nazca Needlework. The Nazca Culture lived between 100 to 800 CE.
I love the colors in the needlework. I do not know this technique, (to me it looks knitted, but I'm not sure). Because of the way the colors have been putted together I have made a little embroidery to honour the day I got married.
Two colors as one thread. Beautiful. My inspiration for the embroidery.
Two colors as one thread in the embroidery.
The little fragment from Nazca in it's full size.



I have got such a beautiful Desert Quilt from Kutch in India.

A frind of mine Lene Bennike who is a fantastic photographer takes the most beautiful photos and graphic pieces. She have been traveling several times to India and some years ago I purchased a Desert Quilt from her.
Lene Bennike have wrote a whole book; Quilts and Portraits from Kutch about these amazing Desert Quilts.
My big Desert Quilt which is hanging in my bedroom.
The stitching is so delicate. Here it's possible to see the woman have change the color of thread when a new color in the pattern appear. So beautiful.
I love the details.
The design & pattern reminds of Hans Christian Andersen's papercut.
Even the backside is beautiful with two different fabrics.

Recently I have made new updates in my Textile Letters.



Have just had a walk at the Jewish Cementery on Nørrebro, here in Copenhagen. Eventhough I have been living here for over 15 years, it is the first time I have visit the cementery. It is such a wonderful place, full of peace and atmosphere.



I have just fallen in love with all these amazing work by Louise Bourgeois.
Some of the fabric used looks like the old Danish design called Olmerdug.