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mercredi 29 avril 2020

A - Z : Y = Young / Jeune

Jeune, c'est ce qui caractérise "les Jeunes Poussent".
Young, is what "Les Jeunes Poussent" are all about.


Les Jeunes Poussent, créé il y a quelques années au sein de l'association France Patchwork, favorise la découverte individuelle ou collective du patchwork et de l’art textile par les enfants, de 4 à 18 ans.

Les Jeunes Poussent, created a few years ago within the association France Patchwork, promotes the individual or collective discovery of patchwork and textile art by children, from 4 to 18 years.




















Beau travail fait par les jeunes !
Great quilts made by kids!




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34 commentaires:

  1. Teaching the next generation. I love the Harry Potter one. Weekends In Maine

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  2. So glad to have found your blog. I've enjoyed every post. Merci bien!

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  3. So are these created from children’s art work , or are they made specifically for children ? I love this series of yours and am sorry that tomorrow will be the last day of this visual and informative treat .

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    1. Hi Unishta, these quilts were made by kids themselves from a theme, and this is just the result of their imagination and creativity! From 4 to 18 years old!

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  4. I'm glad the adults in their worlds have cultivated an interest in quilting. There are a lot of neats in there. I like the one of the 4 seasonal trees and the nativity one best but they are all nice.

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  5. such a wealth of talent among young ones. These were truly delightful.

    Suzy Someday Somewhere Letter Y

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  6. All these works make me smile.

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  7. Impressive, again!
    I can understand that kids might have designed them, but to do all that work... Wow.

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  8. Kids made these? Wow! So colorful and thoughtful. Love them all.

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  9. They are so cute. I like the astronauts. Thanks for hosting a linky party. Have a nice day and stay healthy.

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  10. Love the ones with owls. Especially the one which has a handsome looking fox too:)

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  11. Creative and colorful! LOVE :-)

    I sent my son's baby clothes to a quilt specialist, and she made a blanket - we still use and cherish it.

    Y is for yodeling and other traditional folklore:
    https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.com/2020/04/a-z-2020-switzerland-yodeling.html

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  12. And so it carries on, from one generation to the next.

    Y is for ...

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  13. Such talent in the little hands! Very fun to see- thanks for sharing these with us!

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  14. When I saw the first picture - I was thinking Miro and I see that children's art, as always, is the point of freedom and freshness we all might aspire to get back to...

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  15. How wonderful!! Set them free and they can do wonders!! Amazed by the creativity of these little humans.

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  16. What a fun initiative, and such a delight to see all that creative imagination.

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  17. I absolutely love the Harry Potter themed one!!!
    I now want it xD

    Y is for Yield
    https://thedreamgirlwrites.wordpress.com/2020/04/29/yield/

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  18. Some very interesting designs. The fox and owls was my favorite!

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  19. My grandson would love the comforter to the moon! It's awesome!

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  20. How fun! I like the lady with the patchy dress.

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  21. Gotta catch them when they're young. I had to do a double take at the Harry Potter quilt. The sorting hat didn't look like a sorting hat on first glimpse. It looked more like a certain emoji...

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  22. WOW, love the astronuts and stars (my grandson is Orion, my granddaughter NovaLuna)

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  23. I don't know why, I didn't expect this connection between children and quilt.
    Some of the oence you're presented are so beautiful. I love the ones withthe vibrant colours the most.

    @JazzFeathers
    The Old Shelter - Living the Twenties

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  24. Wow! I can hardly bring myself to believe these quilt designs were created by kids! What creativity! Very talented!

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  25. These are great. When I taught middle school (ages 10-13) I did a number of quiltmaking projects with kids. One was a recreation of the map from the book The Phantom tollbooth, and another was a whole series inspired by the work of an African artist who does traditional bark cloth paintings. They always did a terrific job and had a lot of fun.
    Black and White (Words and Pictures)

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  26. Amazing work of creativity from children. Quite impressive.

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  27. I like the messages these quilts by children convey :-)

    An A-Z of Faerie: Krampus

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  28. If daycare reopens soon, fabric is in the equation for creativity. I have so much scrap from sewing this past month. lol Now to find the right glue sticks....

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  29. Great quilts made by kids. Good to know about them and appreciate their effort.

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