Yes, I admit it, I am a "Tildaholic"!
I'm absolutely crazy about Tone Finnanger's designs, and my sewing table is always covered
with small doll clothes and tiny body parts waiting to come to life.
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Tilda's Teaspoon Lady . . .
. . . and her sister.
By the way, Mrs Teaspoon, also known as Mrs Pepperpot, is actually
the heroine in a series of children's books written by
the Norwegian author Alf Prøysen.
My Mrs Flowerpot is based on the pattern for the Teaspoon Lady.
I gave her a bright floral dress and put her in a flowerpot to add some colour to my kitchen windowsill.
Tilda's Mini Angel - without wings, as usual.
Time to take off these cute bunny slippers and put on your little sleep mask.
I've made this pretty Vintage Doll Angel for my mum - with some changes to the original design.
This gorgeous Little Ballerina is dancing on my bedroom dresser.
The lovely seahorse and its friends moved into my bathroom a few weeks ago and brought the sea along with them.
Who could resist this cute little squirrel?
A colourful vase, flowering branches, and some of these beautiful birdies
bring spring right into your home.
The Fruitgarden Angel was my very first Tilda project. It's actually a doll and not an angel because I used the pale pink fabric intended for the wings to make the heart and one of the strawberries in the second picture.