Thursday, February 17, 2011

A couple of new patterns!

I finished a couple of new dolls, and haven't even got the patterns made yet, but thought I'd share a photo of my favorite - "Attic Annie". This is the kind of primitive doll I always try to make, but somehow they always turn out cutsie! I think this doll looks like it's been sitting around in the attic for half a century or more, and I had a lot of fun grunging her (and her naked baby)up!

I'll be working on the patterns tomorrow, and hope to get them up on my website and Etsy over this three day weekend.

Have a great long weekend! Be safe!

Prim blessings,



Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Awwww she's adorable! I think she turned out nice and prim. I love her naked baby.
Prim Blessings! Robin

Sew Many Raggedies said...

Love it!! Do you have a pattern available for her?

Laurie Johnson said...

Thanks, guys! Pattern will be available by Monday, I'm hoping! Still working on drawing it out and getting it all written up! Watch my website!

Lisa langsteiner said...

I love your style of dolls, the older looking the better for me, so she would fit perfectly in my house, I love her. My husband and I just recently moved to Yucca Valley Ca. And of course there id not any cute primitive things here like you have or what I was customed too back in Missouri! Our whole house here in Cali is all primitive country, who said you cant have the country with you no matter where you live:)please keep stitchin and I am going to try your patterns!!!!

Laurie Johnson said...

Thanks for your sweet comments, Lisa! For can make primitive whether you're in the country, the city, the north, south, east, or west! Primitive is timeless and fits anywhere! Thanks for your sweet comments! :) Welcome to your new home too!