I think most everyone has heard of “Tilda” dolls. They are delightfully cute.
This is a Tilda blog.
The perfectly imperfect world of Tilda
Tilda is a craft brand founded by Norwegian designer Tone Finnanger in 1999, best known for its whimsical and naive characters in the form of animals and dolls. There is a certain attitude to life in Tilda’s world, whimsical and romantic, like a ball gown worn with wellies – perfectly imperfect. The Tilda range consists of craft products such as fabric, paper and accessories, as well as home products and craft books.
Tilda products are produced and distributed by Panduro Hobby and are available in most of Europe as well as Australia, Brazil, China, Japan, New Zealand, North America, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.
Original book titles are published by the Norwegian publisher Cappelen Damm who also distribute to other Nordic countries as well as Germany. UK publisher David & Charles distribute in the rest of the world. Tilda books have been translated into 18 languages.
Aren’t these tags cute for Easter?
Here’s how they could be used. Lovely.
The world seems full of “Tildas,” as they are extremely popular dolls. And many patterns to make your very own.
Cute little doilies and Easter go together somehow.
Tussie Mussies filled with candy eggs.
And the studio where these Tilda pretties were made.
Enchanting, isn’t it?