Monthly Archives: July 2007

Crafty vikings

Every summer 600 “vikings” from Denmark and abroad gather for the annual Moesgård Viking Moot Festival, Scandinavia’s largest and probably oldest Viking market. It all started with some viking-style crafts courses in the 1970’ies and year by year the craftsmen attracted attention and … Continue reading

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My absolutely oldest, most worn out patchwork/quilt made out of well used tea towels, dishcloths and my striped painter´s jacket has just been upgraded: washed and repaired. It’s not only a patchwork but a patch-on-patchwork!  For my book…

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Spend the week at my mum’s place – it was time for our traditional family summer reunion at Samsø. Every summer we meet to enjoy the holiday, the good company, the music festival and the beach – and to play, swim, … Continue reading

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Marché aux Puces

  Another highlight from our Paris-tour: visiting flea the marked and the antique dealer’s shops at Marché aux Puces de Paris Saint-Quen. We cached the metro to Porte de Clignancourt and spend most of the afternoon looking around. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Here we are back home again after two intense and exciting weeks in Paris. Having seen and experienced so much it’s almost difficult to decide where to start and where to end the telling. What was actually the best – … Continue reading

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Paris is GREAT in every sence of the word. Paris is art and culture in the grand scale and one can´t help getting carried away by all the impressive, beautiful and monumental buildings, boulevards, sculptures, sites, museums etc. From our small … Continue reading

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Here we go – exploring Paris…

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