πŸŽ™οΈ Meet the couple recreating Paris with embroidery

Here come Elin and Charles, a Swedish/French couple taking a new look at Paris via the medium of embroidery.

We talked about their workshops, their embroidery, and a new language I invented.

Check out their work at Le KadreΒ via this link, and scroll down for a quick look.

And hang around at the end of the episode for a story from Corey (A French Frye in Paris) – amazingly linked to embroidery too. Quite spooky too, if you ask me.

Happy embroidering!

 

 

Today we hosted our first workshop at @bleu.olive.epicerie.cafe – I would like to thank both the cafΓ© and the ladies that made this morning so Lovely! We plan to host another workshop at the end of July so stay tuned for more updates on the date once logistics are sorted – If you are interested to participating, you are more than welcome to Sign up to our mailing list at lekadre.com/workshops/ to receive the updates in your inbox 😊 On monday we are heading back to Sweden for a few more weeks so I took the opportunity to take a picture by this majestic building next to Parc Monceau before saying good bye to Paris for this month ☺️😍🌞 . . . #em_hm #embroidery #embroideryart #handmade #handcraft #handmadeembroidery #linstantparisien #architecture #architectureart #architecturedose #architecture_hunter #parisarchitecture #parisart #paris #fubiz #patternvilla #handembroidery #bordado #craftsposure #threading #broderie #embroideryinstaguild @fubiz

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🌞🌻 New Project! 🌻🌞 Lately I've been reflecting a lot on what subject to dedicate a part of my embroidery journey to. Following up on my article "Simplicity is the key to happiness", I think we can make great improvements in a craft if we focus our energy to perfect one skill before moving on to the next one. I have always loved the beauty of fireworks. But I know that it's not the most environmentally friendly activity (and can even be dangerous considering current developments…), so I figured that producing embroidery fireworks is a perfect way to capture the pretty light and colours in a sustainable way! You will be able to combine the fireworks of your choice and have them explode your wall with brightness. Here is the first piece, which is still a #workinprogress next to our famous friend #toureiffel #lekadre

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And a big thanks to Earful Tower listener Shelly who introduced me to Elin and Charles. Find Shelly’s work here.

And here’s the podcast I mentioned, The Stockholmer.

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  1. Big big thanks for making me discover The Stockholmer! Elin and Charles’ creations are beautiful too! PS: Oliver, Michael Jackson, really?! Haha πŸ˜€ PS bis: You could have added “`Γ  plus” at the end of the episode πŸ˜‰

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