Tasha Tudor loved corgis - a short-legged Welsh herding dog. The love of  this breed would also lead to inspiring some of her books. Her fascination  and love of the breed began with a trip to England with her son Thomas, who  bought one of the dogs before attending boarding school and since then she  has owned as many as thirteen or fourteen at a time. In 1971, she published  Corgiville Fair, which she said was her favorite book. She went on to add  sequels, The Great Corgiville Kidnapping…

Tasha Tudor loved corgis - a short-legged Welsh herding dog. The love of this breed would also lead to inspiring some of her books. Her fascination and love of the breed began with a trip to England with her son Thomas, who bought one of the dogs before attending boarding school and since then she has owned as many as thirteen or fourteen at a time. In 1971, she published Corgiville Fair, which she said was her favorite book. She went on to add sequels, The Great Corgiville Kidnapping…

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Tasha Tudor, followed a century lifestyle well into her old age, barefoot, bonneted, gathering, embroidering, illustrating childrens books, having tea and homemade cookies with the neighbor kid, and her corgis. I love this woman.

Amazon.com: Tasha Tudor's Heirloom Crafts (9780618083510): Tovah Martin, Richard W. Brown: Books

Amazon.com: Tasha Tudor's Heirloom Crafts (9780618083510): Tovah Martin, Richard W. Brown: Books

Tasha Tudor was such an inspirational woman . . . I hope to be half the woman she was in my old age. ♥

Tasha Tudor was such an inspirational woman . . . I hope to be half the woman she was in my old age. ♥

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