Carrefour European Patchwork 2014, Marie-aur-Mines.

Last year I taught at this prestigious event.

I had the most amazing time viewing the quilts, meeting people and teaching, however, my travel experiences tested me to the limit and left me rather scarred by the experience. It was difficult to add photos to my blog at that time, so I’ve decided to add them to this blog to share in this format.

So with that in mind I would like to share the work of the talented Inger Johanne Rasmussen.

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  1. Mary Kauffman says:

    What amazing work! It looked like her appliqué was wool and her background cottons? Thanks for sharing!

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  2. hilde morin says:

    Thank you for sharing this very interesting and inspiring video Pam.

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  3. Inger’s monumental works in wool and felt ae amazing! She recently released another video with English subtitles. See https://vimeo.com/117823926.

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  4. See inger’s latest video (with English subtitles) at https://vimeo.com/117823926

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  5. Lou Ann Schlichter says:

    Beautiful show, thanks for sharing!

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  6. jbacon2013 says:

    Thank you for sharing these photos, I love the use of colour, very inspiring! I don’t think I have seen this artist before.

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      I thought it would be interesting, I have more photos but I can’t locate them right now.

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  7. Sz Sandoval says:

    thank you for sharing this.

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  8. carorose1 says:

    What amazing work. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Pam Holland says:

      Carolyn, its so different It reminds me of the 1776 inlay appliqué.

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  9. Nola says:

    Thank you Pam for introducing us to Inger’s work. Her designs, thoughtfulness and interpretation in fabric is mind blowing.

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  10. Lynn Spillane says:

    Amazing, Pam….thank you for sharing….very interesting and so beautiful

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  11. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    Wow wow wow…. beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

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  12. candyshomepatch says:

    Fantastic. Interesting to watch the subtitles & still catch the visuals, a lot of pausing! GOod to see the inlay technique. Are the works mounted to frames? Are they all hand stitched once the inlay is done? Thanks for sharing Pam.

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  13. lwallin says:

    Thank you so much! They’re beautiful!

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