"Flood Carried Sarah Away" inspired by an Azerbaijani folk story centered on the life of a girl named Sara. The story takes place in Muğan that got occupied by the enemy tribe. They captured the girl named Sara whose lover Khan-choban was out of the village at the time. The Khan wanted to take Sara by himself. Sara asked to see his father for the last time but run away and threw herself into the Arpa river. These work do not illustrated anything, nor are the stitches ordinary. I combined words with textile images creating a world of my own based on my daily experiences living in Tehran. Works are hand sewn on canvas and collages with my grand mother’s fabrics. She was the one telling me this story during my childhood years.