Sunday, January 20, 2013

Tilda Winter Memories

You know when something you see resonates with you so strongly it doesn't just 'speak' to you - it shouts!  Whether it be a color, fabric, vintage treasure or a new product line...that special something draws you in.
Well, the latest Tilda's World line has done just that to me.  It is called 'Winter Memories' and it is remarkable.
I discovered Tilda's World last year (see this post) and have been hooked ever since.  Tone Finnanger creates the most adorable fabric designs and writes beautiful books with a host of delightful patterns.  Her fabric colors tend to be on the bright and bold side, which I admire but find difficult to blend in with our home's light palette.  That is until now...her Winter Memories line is designed in soft, muted winter warm colors.
Here is the cover of her latest book due out soon in English (see Amazon):

I've got this pre-ordered and am counting the days...

Unfortunately we Americans have to wait a bit longer for Tilda's World books and products.  This line came out last fall in Norway, along with the same book in Norwegian titled "Tilda's Vintereventyr" with this enticing cover:

image from Google

It is filled with Christmas and winter projects with fairytale themes.  The first thing I'm making when I get the book is the 'Princess and the Pea' project in the doll bed.  Look how sweet it looks in this room:
book page image from Google

And can you believe this adorable Christmas stocking designed as a ballet slipper???
book page image from Google

I just received these fabrics recently ordered...

and adore their colors.

Couldn't resist ordering this paper pad, too:

Look at this elegant stage curtain:

These will make lovely tags:

I definitely plan to make some 'winter memories' with all of these projects in mind.
How are you spending your winter?

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Blondie's Journal said...

It definitely sounds you are smitten and you have some wonderful projects lined up! I can't wait to see how you use the pretty fabrics! :)


Donna said...

Tilda is so sweet! I am in love with the fabrics you chose, especially the blue background with the pink roses. ***sigh*** And the paper is wonderful, too! My nephew and his wife live in Norway, maybe we should start an importing business:)

Shabby chic Sandy said...

All this Tilda stuff is so pretty--I love that fabric!

Victoria said...

Someone was pinning a whole bunch of Tilda's the other day and they were amazing! I love your new fabric, so pretty:)

Anne said...

What a beautiful line Tilda has! Thank you for introducing her to me on your blog.I would have never heard of her!That fabric is gorgeous!

Heather said...

Oooh! It looks SO cute! I cant wait to see this new book! I got the Winter one that's already out for Christmas. I just love the colors and the fabrics you got are gorgeous! I cant wait to see what you create and hope to get my own copy of this new book soon!

It's me said...

What a nice things today...enjoy the week

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

So sweet and the winter colors are perfect for your home!! I love the princess and the pea picture!

Anonymous said...

Such beautiful things that they have Susan!! And I adore the fabrics!! I can't wait to see what wonderful things you create with them.
Wishing you a lovely week!!

Heaven's Walk said...

Ohhhhh....those fabrics caught my eye, too, Susan! How beautiful! So fresh and happy! :)

xoxo laurie

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Oh I can't believe it! I have to get more with it with Tilda. I just discovered Sew Sunny Homestyle this week when I was looking for yarn. I never sew any more but I couldn't resist picking it up either! I didn't realize there were more products. LOVE your fabrics. The books are just so beautiful and inspiring. They have wonderful designs.

Liz @ Quirky Vistas said...

Looks lovely. Thanks for sharing!

June said...

It's been the same for me too Susan. I found Tilda last year and have been collecting fabrics for some pillows and a quilt. I love the new line too.
hugs from here...

Sharon said...

Hi Susan. I am so excited to discover another American that is a Tilda fan. Most Tilda fans are not American as I have discovered on my pinterst. I am a fan just recently and have two book and one on the way also. I am bloging about what I am making also.
Love your blog.
Sharon in Idaho

Pearl Maple said...

Thank you for sharing this very pretty find, so many delightful options for us fans of white.

belmonili said...

Everything is SO beautiful here! I am so glad that I found your are so talented!

Unknown said...

Your blog is lovely ... very appealing to a fellow Tilda fan! I had only ever made a couple if simple rag dolls many years ago but couldn't resist Tilda. The patterns are all put together very simply and make up quickly don't they? I like the Tlda fabrics so much that I now stock them in my etsy shop too.
I will now follow your blog!

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