Friday, August 28, 2009

Tasha Tudor's Birthday


Today is Tasha Tudor's birthday.
Clarice at Storybook Woods has begun celebrating
and I decided to join the celebration by sharing
one my favorite books about Tasha Tudor.
The book is Tasha Tudor's Heirloom Crafts.
In the book you will see and learn something of
Tasha's quilting, basketry, pottery,
herbs, dried flowers, soap and candle making,
canning, open-hearth cooking, cider making,
dyeing, weaving, lace making, sewing,
marionettes, making toys, and The Dollhouse.
The photography is just beautiful.
I have always loved heirloom crafts and
have treasured this signed copy for many years.
If you come across a copy, enjoy the joy that
Tasha Tudor had for heirloom crafts.

17 comments:

Storybook Woods said...

Happy Tasha Tudor Day, I agree TT heirloom crafts, is full inspiring ideas. I had no ideas the type of craft Tasha did, till I read this book. Thank you for participating. Clarice

Jeanne said...

Love and hugs and happy weekend
Love Jeanne

Jorgelina said...

Happy Tasha Tudor Day!!

Jeanne said...

Yes that is my butterfly bird bath made of glass but I am leaving it in the house.......
Too fragile it will break outside

Thanks for your visit and much love to you and yours.
Weekend
Weekend
Cha Cha Cha♥

The Thrifty Countrywoman said...

Happy Tasha Tudor day! Remember to take joy!

Jane

Celeste Maia said...

I learned something new about Tasha Tudor Day. I am going to find out more. Have a wonderful week-end!

parTea lady said...

That does sound like a good book. She certainly was a multi-talented lady.

valariebudayr said...

Happy Tasha Tudor Day! Happy Crafting.

Pam said...

There are so many interesting and wonderful photographs of Tasha Tudor.Such a beautiful one you have chosen. She was an amazing lady.Happy weekend!

Mary said...

She was a marvelous lady. Sounds like a wonderful book...thanks for sharing about it!

Happy Rooster Friday, and have a wonderful week-end!

Mary

Mary said...

What a special woman she was - living to the fullest in a bygone age while this mad world went on around her. Thanks for sharing the beautiful photo.

I'm thankful to be able to say I'm OK - I got good news today and will be fine. I know your good thoughts and prayers helped. Thank you Marilyn.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

So nice that she is remembered each year! I enjoyed her works.

Katherine

Annie said...

Has another year gone by??? Amazing.

Relyn said...

I first discovered Tasha Tudor as a child in one of my mother's magazines. I rediscovered her as a young adult is Victoria magazine. As magazines continue to disappear, I do thank God for blogs. Where I discover so many wonderful things.

robin bird said...

this woman is loved by so many! i have a soft spot in my heart for a woman who lives such a simple life and shares her gifts with all. i wonder if she could ever have guessed the positive effect she would have on women everywhere!
happy tasha day!

Britt-Arnhild said...

I also have this book, at our cabin, and love to look in it from time to time. My favorite is Tasha's gardenbook.

Gayle @ Mountain Moma said...

Oh, I wish I would have know it and I would have joined in! I love the book where it shows her garden. Thousands of flowers bloom abundantly in the spring.