In my childhood, I dreamt to be an textile designer, as my mother. This textile design or rapport, as it is called in textile industry, I created in 1987 carries the desires of its time – the Western characters, Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, not the usual floral patterns my mother used to design for a textile mill she worked. Despite my wish expressed to my mother asking if this pattern could be printed, it has never been done. The same happened with my career dream: the Soviet Union collapsed, the mill was closed, and I never became a textile designer. Until today though, when with new technologies I printed this pattern on fabric and stitched a skirt out of it with.