If you’ve been a long time follower, you know that I adore all things Tilda and have been a big fan of Tone Finnnager the designer since her very early days.
For quite a few years I also sold Tilda fabrics and paper crafts from my Boutique…. but like all things I guess, the Tilda brand made some big changes and they dropped their very popular paper craft division of their business a few years ago.
Their design style also changed… aimed at fabric design, the fabric patterns became bolder and brighter…. and a whole lot less shabby vintage. That was a big factor in deciding to stop selling the Tilda products at Shabby Art Boutique.
However…. I have some exciting news for 2020, which I’ll share further on in my post!
But first, who would like some gorgeous free Tilda patterns just in time for Christmas?
How adorably cute are these two dolls; Pyjama Santa and Mrs Santa!
You may download the free pattern for the dolls HERE.
Or maybe you’d prefer a sweet little floral Angel Mouse to tuck into your Christmas decor.
Download the Angel Mouse pattern HERE.
This luxury, oversized stocking filled with gifts would be every child’s
dream on Christmas morning – plenty of room for all sorts of delightful presents!
Download the Scrap Angels Oversized Stocking pattern HERE.
The sweetest angels with rosy cheeks and plump hair buns adorn this beautiful quilt.
The blocks are framed by simple sashing. Finished Size – 53in x 74in (134.6cm x 188cm).
Download the Scrap Angels Quilt pattern HERE.
Just two patchwork blocks are used for this lovely quilt, both with the same layout but with a different balance of fabrics. There are two other versions of this quilt – a lilac/blue and a red/grey.
Finished Size – 58¼in x 73in (148cm x 185.4cm)
Download the Soft Star Quilt pattern HERE.
This charming quilt is based on the poignant Hans Christian Andersen story of a steadfast one-legged tin soldier, who falls in love with a pretty ballerina. There are just two blocks in the quilt but the various parts of each block require many pieces to build up the various motifs that play a part in the story. Close attention to the diagrams and careful measuring will help you make a quilt that is sure to be treasured for years. Finished Size – 59in x 78in (150cm x 198cm).
Download the Brave Tin Soldier Quilt pattern HERE.
So many gorgeous Tilda designs to choose from…. I think I’ll start with the Pyjama Santa doll first!
For more information on Tilda designs, visit their website HERE.
So, on to my exciting news…. I plan to be stocking Tilda fabrics and accessories again from 2020.
There’s another shipment of the Old Rose collection due to arrive in a matter of weeks and I’ll be grabbing what I can from that collection first.
Happy Christmas crafting my friends,
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M Bateman says
Great news, I look forward to seeing what you will be stocking.
We’ll see how we go with it Margaret. If people keep buying, I’ll keep stocking it. I hope that Tilda will continue to create a few of the old style fabrics that are more shabby and vintage 🙂
Kathleen Sundby says
Oh, I am so happy you will be stocking tilda again. I would like to purchase that fabric bundle standing on end in the photo above. Can hardly wait until the product arrives?
I’m looking forward to stocking a few pretty Tilda fabrics too Kathleen. I’m not sure how much I’ll be able to get from the Old Roses collection, but I’ll try to get those pretty bundles if I can. I know I’d use them throughout the year too.
Thank you for the lovely paterns! I have missed them. They are gone in the shops like Panduro and many more stores.??❤
Hi Laila, yes, a few things have changed at Tilda, but you can always visit their lovely blog and download their free patterns they offer. I included the link in my post.
Thank you for the free and nice Tilda patterns
Wish u a happy Holidays
regards from Barbara (Netherlands)
Sally E. Goff says
Although I clicked on the Tilda Santa pattern it would not take me to the pattern.
Hi Sally, I’ve just checked the link and it appears to be working perfectly. The link opens a PDF file, so are you able to open PDf files on your devise?