The lovely brand “miley & moss” make the most adorable vintage inspired handmade children’s clothes and accessories in Tilda fabric. It is a treat for us at the studio to see such beautiful items made out of our materials. For more inspiration check out their web site.
Another favorite of ours this spring are floral clothespins, you can use them as clothespins but they are great when attaching a tag or other decorations on a gift or gift bag.
This week Mollie Makes have some tips on Tilda-inspired home décor ideas on their lovely blog, you can read the story here, and enjoy their inspirational craft blog.
Tilda Japan run by the talented Yoko Kaiki made another excellent exhibition at the Japan hobby show in Tokyo last week. This year the theme was vintage looking Tilda dresses in a Tea Party setting, beautiful!
If you live in or around Japan check out Tilda Japans workshops, pop up shops and competitions, there is always something going on.
Here is a picture from an exhibition earlier this year, and the winner of the Tilda’s Handicraft Competition 2013 Kokoro Maruyama with her lovely daughter visiting us in Norway.
Visit Tilda Japan, or their Facebook page to see what is going on with Tilda in Japan this spring.
When we started out with fat quarters it was impossible to find perfect boxes to keep them in. We made these wooden boxes to get organized, and painted them in a soft color.
Without them the studio would be a mess, and we love these simple wooden boxes that are so useful.
Now fat quarter boxes are available as a Tilda product, and can fit 50 fat quarters without getting too crowded.