This grungy primitive doll measures 25 inches tall from the top of her head to the tips of her toes. I made her from osnaburg fabric. Her eyes, mouth, shoes and socks are painted with acrylics. I stained her with walnut ink and coffee. I used prisma pencils on her cheeks. I needle felted wool to her head and tied her ponytails with rusty bells. Her dress and pantaloons are made from cotton prints.
This Gal is so very prim! She will stand 22" tall and will come signed and dated as an original c2011.She is made of painted and stained muslin. She has a sculpted nose. Her mouth has been stitched in red floss and then her eyes have been stitched as well.
I just love this doll! She has sheeps wool hair. Machine sculpted face, then a final needle sculpt of the eyes, mouth, nose and cheeks to bring out more definition. Hand painted, then lightly sanded for an aged prim look. Dress, loons, socks and collar were dipped in a strong coffee solution.
Raggedies sure tug at my heart, and this one does especially!! Raggedy Maggie Rose has a great stitched face, with old mis-matched button eyes stitched on. Her hair is raggedy red perle cotton, securely stitched to her head. She has nice rosey cheeks, too!! This collectible raggedy is wearing a most precious cotton dress in a patchwork print. Her little pantaloons are stained muslin. Raggedy has hand painted raggedy stockings, and hand painted black shoes, accented with little blue buttons.
Spring is here, more time to spend outdoors....flea markets, farmers markets, long walks, trips to the zoo. This little purse is the perfect accessory! It's 4 inches wide by 5 1/2 inches tall when closed. The satin cording strap is long so you can wear it across your body, making it extra secure. The star fabric is from Andover, the green primitive flowers is from Moda. There are two sections inside, perfect for holding a phone, camera or ipod along with essentials like drivers license, credit cards and cash.
Isn't this cute? Made with pretty blue civil war reproduction fabrics, this pin keep would look great anywhere you put it, whether it's in your sewing room or just a decorative item on a shelf of table. It measures just over 4" tall and is about 5 1/2" wide (tail to beak).
This Witch's Pocket has Lil Witch Nellie all deck out in her purple robe and hat. In her arms is her familiar Blacky the cat. There are burnt orange & black spider webs in the corners. The spider hanging from her hat is dimensional so he is raised taller then the rest of the picture. Did you notice she has red and white striped socks?
Another Fine Duo design by Pineberry lane Made by Me Heidi Gianino Aka Crabby GaBBy Dolls.
Ninny is very plump and heavy indeed, short and stout you could say. She measures in at 19 inches from her very heavy wood base to the top of her nappy sewn on hair.Her eyes are stitched with wee old seed beads, nose sculpted and mouth stitched.
Oh so sweet! This bunny doll measures 22 inches tall from the top of her head to the tips of her toes.
Made from osnaburg fabric. Her eyes are painted with acrylics. Her cheeks are wool and her whiskers are linen thread. I made her dress from cotton prints and her hat from burlap with cotton print trimmings. Her shoes and socks are painted with acrylics with cotton thread as laces. Her tag reads LOVE. It is attached to her dress with a rusty pin.
This Annie doll measures 22 inches tall from the top of her head to the tips of her toes. I designed her from my Harvey Harvest pattern. She's made from osnaburg fabric. Her hair is cotton yarn. Her dress is from cotton prints embellished with a rusty bell and a tag made using threads and rubberstamps. Her tag reads SUNSHINE on the side. Her shes are painted with acrylics and accented with vintage trim and rusty bells. She is stained with walnut ink and coffee. Her bear is made from a pattern by Sweet Meadows Farms.
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