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Thursday, June 27, 2019

More Pierrefeu .....

Wonderful details

I love this nborder

This one is on my list to make as well

Showing how well the transparency of the boutis shows against a window 


Yes this is on my list too - by the way, the pattern is from the book Traditional Boutis by Christiane Vignal - this book was re-edited and a couple more projects were added, including this one with the wonderful oval motifs.  You can get the book in the USA in English for those who are interested.  

Contemporary versions of boutis, so refined and elegant.




Beautiful stitchers and beautiful work !


I received a couple of comments about patterns from France Boutis.  I would be happy to reply if you let me know who you are - if you don't post a profile on blogger, you show up as "unknown".
France Boutis publishes patterns donated by members, and a few of those are now being printed on batiste.  I will ask the ladies who manage that if they would send to the USA.  France Boutis accepts PayPal, so I think this should be no problem at all.  The only issue there might be is that not all of them are posted to the website.   I will post an update when I have more definite information.
A bonus that the ladies of Lei Roucas dou Barri were all wearing their costumes (made by hand of course)

Dominique Fave and her beautiful contemporary silk boutis jewelry

Henriette


On left side a favorite of mine

Yes another one on my list on the table - bear in mind my list is years old from my pattern collection, and I will need many more years to complete them





Hiromi's friend who was brave enough to put up with us - and she does not do boutis !  Also it was her first visit to France.

Hiromi and Shino (I am sorry about the spelling, Shino, I was not sure)


Our booth with Hiromi's beautiful patterns and my antique pieces

And Lou - the reason for all of this !   She taught Hiromi and then me, the rest of history !    

My little petassons


Lou never wastes time, always working on something ....

Hiromi too - I think that's why they get so much done 

 The stand of France Boutis - all these ladies do wonderful work, and volunteer many hours to support FB.   Annie Claude Pantel and her husband Roger are on the right - they keep FB going in a wonderful spirit






It was a wonderful couple of days, a very long journey for us, even though we only traveled from Germany (Pfalz) to Pierrefeu, still 9 hours drive.   My husband is a patient man, for many years now he has put up with my various Boutis extravagances and passions, but it is all worth it. 

3 comments:

Karen said...

Every picture I stopped to ohh and ahh at because there was a boutis I would make, also had your comment that it was also on your list! I need to live beyond what is logical.

Lynn S said...

Do you every offer classes or a workshop?

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