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X = ➕ Band aid / Pansement 🩹 #AtoZchallenge 2021[Quilt]

Challenge de A à Z 2021 et #AtoZchallenge2021Quilt : la lettre X
#AtoZchallenge2021 and #AtoZchallenge2021Quilt: letter X

Chaque jour pendant tout le mois d'avril sauf les dimanches, je poste un article commençant par chacune des lettres de l'alphabet. Cette année mon thème est, dans l'univers du textile, le recyclage, la réutilisation et la valorisation. Plein de bonnes idées de bricolage facile !
Et vous aussi vous pouvez jouer ! Voir en bas de l'article.

Every day during the whole month of April except Sundays, I write a post starting with each letter of the alphabet. This year my theme is, in the textile universe, about upcycling, recycling and repurposingLots of good easy DIY ideas!
And you can play too! See below. 

X comme ➕, ou la croix verte, le symbole de la pharmacie.
Aujourd'hui, on customise les pansements pour les enfants (et pour les grands aussi !) 

X is for , or the green cross, the symbol of the pharmacy (at least in France !).
Today, we customize bandages for children (and for adults too!)

Soigner un bobo avec un joli pansement, et voilà, déjà ça ne fait plus mal !
Treat a boo-boo with a nice bandage, and voilà, it doesn't hurt anymore!



A vous de jouer !*
It's your turn to play!*

Montrez ici vos réalisations textiles qui commencent par un X : ça peut être le nom d'un quilt, d'un bloc, d'une technique, d'un accessoire de couture, d'un point de broderie, d'un objet fait avec du tissu, tout ce qui a un lien avec l'art textile !

Show here your textile creations that start with an X: it can be the name of a quilt, a block, a technique, a sewing accessory, an embroidery stitch, an object made with fabric, anything related to textile art!

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AJ Blythe a dit…
When the Barbarians were young, I used to buy those character bandaids for them. It's amazing the healing power of the Wiggles!
Srivalli Rekha a dit…
The bandaids are cute. If I started making these, I'll be using one every day just to flaunt them. :D
can't even keep the store bought ones in stock around here... I'd never be able to keep up with making pretty ones!!!
Tamara a dit…
A cute band-aid makes all the difference! I used to have Disney Cars themed ones for my son. It usually made him feel better :-)
Chantal a dit…
Alors, qu'est-ce qu'on ne peut pas décorer avec du tissus? Je pense que la liste sera moins longue de cette façon, lol. ;^)
I love those bandaides how cute!
Arti a dit…
Clever X and cute too:)
Vivian a dit…
I was thinking I have to tuck away that tip for future grandkids but I might even be able to entice my 20-somethings with the right fabric on a band-aid!
bonne idée ces beaux pansements!
Anne M Bray a dit…
The Green Cross has become the symbol for marijuana dispensaries here in California!
Cathy Kennedy a dit…
The bandages we buy aren't nearly as interesting as these. Actually the ones we get are transparent. I do remember getting Disney character bandaids for our kids, though. That was fun.

Sorry for falling behind with my visits but in the coming days I plan to catch up. ;)

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Lisa a dit…
Very cute, but I'm never going to go to the trouble! A green plus sign (not an X for me) is, like Anne says, a medical marijuana dispensary. I'm in Oregon.
Iain Kelly a dit…
Funny - I remember on holiday in France as a child and the green crosses everywhere really stood out - at the time it was rare to see lit up signs on the streets around the UK.
There used to be an advertisement on TV about a lady who gets a gash while cooking and uses a band aid .... I somehow was fascinated by the juicy tomatoes she washes under the sink to show that its wash proof... so much that I still remember it clearly :)
Trudy a dit…
Those bandages are almost too pretty to use!
Verveine et Lin a dit…
c'est amusant et certainement les bobos guérissent plus vite!
I never thought to use scraps to make my bandages cute. It's such a fun idea. Weekends In Maine
Alana a dit…
In the United States, we can buy "character" bandaids with different cartoon characters - but these are so much nicer! A cute use of fabric scraps for those with children or grandchildren. They would make a fantastic gift.
Liz A. a dit…
Cute. It's always funny to have the character ones on hand when an adult needs one.
So many X-words, so many colorful patterns. I love the idea of making fancy band-aids for children. It makes the pain so much more bearable.
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JadeLi a dit…
I don't think they had these when my kids were young. They would encourage a child to wear one though :)
Sara a dit…
This is such a creative way to get your X! Cute ��
Molly's Canopy a dit…
Those bandaids are gorgeous! I must shop around for some here in the U.S. -- and congrats on a great choice for letter X.
Bonjour Frédérique, c'est intéressant sommé idée !
Anne E.G. Nydam a dit…
Good idea for X, but I have to say that seems like a lot of work for something disposable!
Black and White: X for Xanadu
Kids do go crazy over colorful bandages. We have to had a lot of them out for imaginary booboos every summer...

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