Autumn time full of colour xx

Autumn berries fairy dolls xx

What berries are in autumn?
To get maximum mileage for both songbirds and yourself, here are some Autumn berries you should consider.
• Winterberry. (Ilex verticillata)
• Serviceberry. (Amelanchier canadensis)
• Chokeberry. (Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima')
• Crabapples
• Red-twig dogwood
• Viburnum
• Beautyberry
• Elderberry
... and wonderful colour xx

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Witches in the Pink xx

" When Witches go riding and Black cats are seen
The Moon Laughs and Whispers
'Tis near Halloween "

Our Witches this year are dressed in pink and orange, with beautiful Harris Tweed hats, Vintage lace wraps and sparkle cardigans, some with lace. A special card and tin black cat xx

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Zoe

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Rowena

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Endora

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Lady in the Moon fairy dolls xx

Interesting, gardening by the Moon xx
After the full moon, the moonlight decreases, putting energy into the plant roots. At this time, the above ground leaf growth slows down. So this becomes a favourable time to plant your root crops and bulbs, because of the active root growth.Then the cycle starts again. The amount of moonlight at different times also influences the growth of plants. As the moonlight increases (new moon and second quarter), this stimulates leaf growth. In a nutshell, people who garden by the phases of the moon believe that its gravitational pull on the earth’s water (i.e. tides), has a bearing on plant growth xx

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Allotment days fairy dolls xx

Allotment tales xx
The origin of the modern allotment began back in the 1600s, known as the enclosures. Over the next 100 years new hedges were planted to divide the fields, changing the landscape forever. Throughout this period of enclosure there were various movements to try and provide ground for people to grow what they could. As early as 1649 a group that called themselves the ‘Diggers Movement’ were protesting for the ‘right to dig’ for all. The ‘Diggers’ efforts were quickly dispersed by the government; however the idea of a ‘right to dig’ is still very much
alive today xx

Maisie

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Pamper shopping fairy dolls xx

There is nothing like a girls day out, visiting your favorite shops and having a coffee or lunch with a glass of something, a real treat xx

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Chocolate and Creme fairy dolls xx

In hand knitted dresses with a frill and matching jacket, polka dot stockings, and a very special heart charm, "she leaves a little sparkle wherever she goes " xx

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Vintage simplicity fairy dolls xx

In the post war period, Paris fashion decreed the so called “New Look” and my grandmother would make my mother glamorous dresses from the latest patterns. A spinoff of Vogue Magazine's weekly pattern feature Vogue Pattern Service began in 1899. In 1909 Condé Nast bought Vogue, resulting in the formation of the Vogue Pattern Company in 1914. xx

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Festival fun fairy dolls xx

A little Festival insight....
The birth of music festivals in Ancient Greece (6th century BC) The Pythian Games in Delphi, Ancient Greece, are perhaps the earliest example of festivals involving music. The first recorded festival in the UK was the Workington Musical Festival in Cumbria which is still a Federation festival member to this day. It was originally organised by William Griffiths of Aberavon who had purchased a tinplate works near Workington in 1869 xx

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Pamper handbag fairy dolls xx

How many of us has experimented with make up (from a very young age) and tried on mum or sisters shoes, and borrowed the perfect handbag ?? xx

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Summer floral festival fairy dolls xx

Our beautiful floral fairy dolls are a great mixture of the wonders of Summer, daisies, wildflowers and pollinators. I always love to pick flowers for the house from the garden and I could not resist this fabric with wild flowers and vases full of flowers xx

Apple Butter is 1940s slang for sweet talk or flattery, and we think it is the perfect name for these playful and sweet prints with vintage inspired florals. The selvedge of fabrics is often throw away, but I love them and they often have lovely words and always a little colour chart, also some gorgeous bags with candy striped linings and perfect pink little birds xx

Thanks to Flowers by Kate Farrell

Not only the cultivated ones in parks
and gardens, unfolding immaculate petals
on a terrace or trellis, and not just
the wild ones, kissed by elegant birds .......

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Summer Melons and Ladybirds fairy dolls xx

Nothing evokes the feeling of summer like a gorgeous juicy Melon, and here with our new fairy dolls is so much colour and not to forget the delightful wooden Ladybirds, we even have little melon charms xx

Melissa

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Strawberry with hearts fairy dolls xx

Gorgeous fabric, strawberries on Pink Gingham from Farmgirls Unite (what a fantastic name) with hearts and matching stockings are so beautiful and each fairy dolls has a vintage brooch xx

Meg

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Tilly

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Garden Party fairy dolls xx

A Garden party collection of fabulous florals that include some of our favourite flowers; peonies, hydrangea and dahlias xx

Anne

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Majesty fairy dolls xx

The Queen always seen with the royal corgis or in a gorgeous carriage at BIG events xx

Alice

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Jubilee fairy dolls xx

Celebrate the longest serving monarch in British history as our Queen reaches her Platinum Jubilee Hip Hip Hooray ! xx

Mary

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Strawberry cake fairy dolls xx

Now nothing says garden party and street party celebrations like cake and bubbles, our little fairy dolls in pale pink icing colours and cream cotton lace xx

Nancy

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Tortoise and the Hare story fairy dolls xx

Our little fairy dolls have the most beautiful hand printed fabric telling the tale of the Tortoise and the Hare and of course the Finish line XX

"The Tortoise and the Hare" is one of Aesop's Fables The account of a race between unequal partners. The fable itself is a variant of a common folktale theme in which ingenuity and trickery (rather than doggedness) are employed to overcome a stronger opponent xx

The story concerns a Hare who ridicules a slow-moving Tortoise. Tired of the Hare's arrogant behaviour, the Tortoise challenges him to a race.The hare soon leaves the tortoise behind and, confident of winning, takes a nap midway through the race. When the Hare awakes, however, he finds that his competitor, crawling slowly but steadily, has arrived before him xx

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Paper dolls fairy dolls xx

I came across this beautiful fabric and was immediately transported to my childhood, my Mum used to always buy me a book of paper dolls and I loved to cut them out and dress them up, hours of fun, my fairy dolls have lovely pink dresses and a special hand knitted hat xx

New paper dolls from publishers like B. Shackman, Paper Studio Press and Dover may not seem very collectible now, but even within the last 20 years, some have greatly increased in value. Those that have been discontinued or had small production runs are likely to be more valuable because of their comparative scarcity.
Today, they have become highly sought-after collectibles, especially as vintage paper dolls become rarer due to the limited lifespan of paper objects. Paper dolls are still being created today xx Wikipedia

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Dandelion Clock fairy dolls xx

Dandelion clocks nodding their heads in the breeze. Tiny wings flutter and sparkle in the sun. How many puffs to tell the time?

The great abundance of Dandelions is testimony to the effectiveness of the dispersal mechanism. The seed -head is known as a 'clock' because, in the past, children blew at the fluffy head and imagined they were telling the time by counting how many puffs it took to blow all the fruits away xx

Dela

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Spring fairy dolls xx

Our Spring fairy dolls this year are truly in spring colours, gingham and polka dots and a very special Liberty fabric handmade bag ...... for maybe flowers, chocolates and a good book, handmade crochet flowers and bows, and very floral names xx

Primrose

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Valentine cupid and hearts fairy dolls xx

Some interesting tales of Valentines ........

While the custom of sending cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts originated in the UK, Valentine's Day still remains connected with various regional customs in England. In Norfolk, a character called 'Jack' Valentine knocks on the rear door of houses leaving sweets and presents for children.

In Slovenia, Saint Valentine or Zdravko was one of the saints of spring, the saint of good health and the patron of beekeepers and pilgrims. A proverb says that "Saint Valentine brings the keys of roots". Plants and flowers start to grow on this day. It has been celebrated as the day when the first work in the vineyards and in the fields commences xx Wikipedia

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Windy Days fairy dolls xx

Inspired by the windy days of autumn, when leaves twirl while the wind catches your umbrella and blows your hat off. I love these kind of days and the girls have Harris tweed coats and hand painted boots to keep out the chills xx

Doris

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Beach Belles fairy dolls xx

A sundress, or summer dress is an informal or casual dress intended to be worn in warm weather, typically in a lightweight fabric, most commonly cotton, and usually loose-fitting. It is commonly a bodice style, sleeveless dress, typically with a wide neckline and thin shoulder straps, and may be backless. A sundress is typically worn without a layering top, to catch a tan. While the word "sundress" was first used in the early 1940s, they really came into vogue in the 1950s, and were especially popularized by Lilly Pulitzer in the 1960s. Wikipedia

Barbara

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Halloween pocket fairies xx

.... with coloured wings and cross stitch hair xx These little pocket fairies are a keepsake and something special to have with you, and as a lovely customer said "sometimes you need a little something with you to keep you brave" no matter what your age. I have not added names to these little fairies as they need to have a name you would choose xxx

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Seaside pocket fairies xx

I have made NEW pocket fairies for the Summer, Mermaids, sand castles and beach huts. These little pocket fairies are a keepsake and something special to have with you .......and a lovely customer said "sometimes you need a little something with you to keep you brave" no matter what your age. I have not added names to these little fairies as they need to have a name you would choose xxx

Pocket fairy with flags x

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A Midsummer night's dream fairy dolls xx

A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare c. 1595 or 1596. The play is set in Athens, and consists of several subplots that revolve around the marriage of Theseus and Hippolyta. One subplot follows a group of six amateur actors rehearsing the play which they are to perform before the wedding. They find themselves in a forest inhabited by fairies .... xx

from Wikipedia

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Sunflower fairy dolls xx

Rose & Hubble Sunflower fabric with beautiful flower heads in pinks and blues, yellows and soft browns, a very cosy shawl (Harris Tweed and checks) with a rusty safety pin fastener and snug hats to keep warm against those winter winds xx

Shelby

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Floral and Sparkle Witches xx

What a fantastic combination Roses, Sparkle, Net for twirling, Moons and Stars just the way to light up Halloween, and of course pointy hats everywhere, there are little Witches on a broom, a black cat and hand painted boots, black pumpkin and tiny skull necklaces, everything you need for a night out xx

Matilda

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Orchard fairy dolls xx

An Autumnal collection of Lewis and Irene fabrics inspired by fruit trees in the last of the summer sun. Featuring trees, fruits and a busy squirrel collecting supplies for the months ahead, The girls have beautiful Harris Tweed (with label) wraps with a leaf fastener as it starts to get a little chilly and very cosy hats xx

Billie

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Grandma's garden fairy dolls xx

Childhood memories, playing on freshly cut grass and a daisy chain or two, climbing trees, and flowers that would look much smaller now, I remember both my Grandmother and Mum both just loved their gardens no matter how small xx

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please add it in the information box at check out xx

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