Happy 100th (2015) Birthday Tasha Tudor!!
Unending Delight – Tashas World of Dolls Museum Exhibit
August is a month filled with birthdays for me – Mine, my oldest daughter, a granddaughter and my New friend, Bethany Tudor along with her Mom Tasha. Tasha would have been 100 this year!!
Bethany and her mom, Tasha Tudor, having tea with their dolls, Emma and Lucinda. You can read the story of Bethany’s doll:
Here I am with my new friends Bethany Tudor – Tasha Tudors daughter and Sally-Anne Tudor, my new china doll I adopted while in Vermont. Sally-Anne has had quite an adventure.
~ Here you will find my PDF pattern to knit your own Tasha Tudor style shawl https://www.etsy.com/listing/236659762/pdf-cottage-elegance-kindred-spirit?ref=shop_home_active_14
~ Here you will find my wool Tasha Tudor style shawl: https://www.etsy.com/listing/166646477/tasha-tudor-style-vermont-70-percent?ref=listing-shop-header-2
~ Here you will fine my cotton Tasha Tudor style shawl: https://www.etsy.com/listing/150994904/cotton-cottage-elegnace-tasha-tudor?ref=listing-shop-header-3
I would like to invite you join me on my one of the exhibit, I enjoyed at the Tasha Tudor Museum. I think you will find this to be a delightful addition to your afternoon tea celebration.
Jen with her doll daisy Brownthrush.
A beautiful Dress Tasha made for granddaughter, Jen
Tasha made a lot of beautiful reproduction dresses from her favorite time period ~ 1830s
Tasha’s First dolls. This is a small portion / glimpse of the most beautiful, professionally rendered wall mural / time line of Tasha Tudor and her life with her dolls.
The Man of the House….
The Doll’s Christmas
Tasha And her doll’s wedding ~ featured in Time Life Magazine
Tasha with her doll Emma Birdwhistle.
Tasha’s ~ English Style Barn loom
The small piece of weaving on the right was the last piece Tasha was working on.
What delightful way to end my visit ~ meeting Amy Tudor and Tasha’s Great granddaughter Katie and seeing Natalie again. Everyone is always so very pleasant and informative. I know a lot about Tasha Tudor but have learned something new with each visit.
Fall is a great time to visit Vermont ~ the autumnal colors are stunning!!
Be sure to see my post from yesterday, where I share some picture from my visit to the museum ~ two years ago. Here is the video/slide show I produced of that visit.
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