When I started designing fabric I looked at a lot of old and beautiful quilts. These inspired me to make my own quilts. I took a class from Sandy Bonsib where I learned the fundamentals of designing and sewing quilt tops, and I have been at it ever since. I blog (infrequently) about quilts and textile design at Mooshka: A Patchwork Blog. Here are a few examples of my quilts, made mostly from my own fabric.

bohemia bebop
Cat and Bird
Mooshka quilt
Oceanica Quilt
yellow bird quilt
Paschkis Bicycle Quilt
Paschkis -Happy Couple

Here are a couple of REALLY BIG QUILTS. Click here to read about them.


Cloth quilts have also inspired me to make paper quilts.

Paschkis then and now
Paschkis lemons
Paschkis bluebird blueberries
Paschkis conversation
Paschkis Sitting Blue

15 responses to “Quilts

  1. LOVE your works!! So different & creative!


  2. I love the quilt that I think is called Bohemia with all the animals. It is busy in a very appealing way.


    • Julie Paschkis

      Thanks! That quilt is actually just the Bohemia Fabric Panel channel quilted with a background – it isn’t pieced.


  3. Your works leave me feeling so excited and happy.


  4. Do you sell your items, or make requested items?


  5. Kristen Gregor

    Hi Julie! Do you still make the Oceanic fabric in blue or the green? I am looking for some for my school i teach art at.

    Kristen Gregor


    • Julie Paschkis

      Hi Kristen,
      That fabric is no longer in production. You could google “Oceanica, In the Beginning Fabrics, Julie Paschkis” and you might be able to find some.
      I hope so!


  6. Do9 you give lectures and classes?


    • I very occasionally give lectures or workshops. If I do, I always announce them in my newsletter which I write once every 4 or 5 weeks.
      If you want to know what I’m up to, please email me your address and I will put you on my mailing list. Thanks!
      ..Sorry it took me so long to reply to your comment.


  7. Please add me to you mailing list! Thanks!


  8. I am crazy about your fabric. Have you ever considered making a stripe in one of your collections that is simply made up of the border design that runs around your panels? I would be fun to have that narrow “stripe”/design to play with in making a quilt. (I am already on your mailing list)

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