Friday, December 31, 2010


 I'm very excited.  We are up to 88 members as of today - 12 more and I can begin sign ups for the giveaway!  The doll is made.  Just stained her this evening and getting ready to choose the fabric for her dress which I will sew up tomorrow.  Hubby and I are getting ready to go out for New Year's Eve in about 15 minutes.  Wanted to wish you all a very happy, healthy, prosperous and blessed New Year! 


Sunday, December 26, 2010

100 Follower Giveaway

Currently I have 73 followers.  I'm shooting for 100 and then I will have a GIVEAWAY! The prize will be a prairie doll.  If I reach 125 I will add another goodie to the booty.

Thursday, December 23, 2010


 Aren't these just adorable?  If you love crows, and who doesn't...then these cute 'seasonal' crow holders are just the ticket!
I adapted these from a pattern by Palette Primitives.  The dolls measure approximately 6 inches high ( not including the witch hat).  They are made from tea stained muslin and stuffed with polyester filling.  They are weighted with sand and will stand alone.  You may have to adjust the sand with your fingers after shipping, since they will be jostled around.

 Our Spring doll is a cute lil bunny!   This says EASTER to me.  She's wearing a light and airy tan and cream homespun dress and a yo-yo flower on her ear.

This doll is wearing a red, white and blue checked homespun dress for the 4th of July
Her hair is sewn on. 

This doll is all dressed up as a witch for Halloween.  Her hair is needle felted and goes all around her head.  She's wearing a dress of black and orange homespun, perfect for Halloween.
Her hat is made from charcoal colored felt.

Winter is a lovable lil snowman snowgirl.  She has whole cloves for hair and a dusting of 'snow' on her head.  She's wearing a red and green plaid homespun dress, perfect for the Holidays.  Her scarf is also red, green and white plaid.

What a great set of dolls - they can be displayed individually for each season, or leave them all out all year round.
PRICE:  $25.00 + shipping


Thursday, December 16, 2010


 Hannah is a prairie doll measuring 24 inches long.  She is made from muslin and stuffed with polyester filling.  She has been tea dyed.
Hannah's dress is brown homespun and her apron is un-dyed muslin.  Her bonnet and apron pocket match her dress.  The pocket is filled with Sweet Annie.
Hannah's Christmas tree is made from a 20 inch branch which I've tied some greenery on for the branches.  A rusty star is glued to the top of the tree.
I added a loop on Hannah's back for hanging.
Price:  $35 + shipping
This is a You Are Special Pattern


Monday, December 6, 2010

Hanging Goose Orders

 Many thanks to all who have ordered the hanging goose for the Holidays!  A reminder to those who may want to order to get it in time for Christmas, please have your order in by Dec. 13th.
Have a great week!