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Patchwork makes a comeback in decoration

Patchwork makes a comeback in decoration



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The linen celebrates the return of patchwork in all its forms. At the start of the next school year, the assembly of pieces of fabrics of different sizes, patterns and colors, specific to the era of our grandparents, will invest bed covers, cushions, throws and rugs Allure authentic or gipsy look, to you decide! Different pieces of square, rectangular, diamond or triangular fabrics, assembled, then sewn together to form a single fabric, this is what is called the patchwork technique. Originally, this technique was born from the desire to use scraps of fabrics and embroidery: a very old recycled choice. Indeed, many works around the world, sometimes in England, sometimes in India or in Egypt have demonstrated the use of this technique for centuries. This art has therefore crossed the ages. After taking over the interior of our grandparents, the patchwork becomes taboo in decoration, due to its traditional appearance which did not please in the 60s. But fashions come and go: while the flea market trend and spirit of yesteryear win us, inevitably, the patchwork returns today to the fore. Photos to inspire or to dream… Discover "Decorative photos"