January 28, 2011

Makin' Prairie Pouches

I've been working on some smaller projects that I can make in multiples. These little girls came to life really quick. Traced and sewn . . .
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Stuffed with rags for an old fashion feel . . .
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Coffee Stain adds a bit of "age" . . .
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A blouse, buttons and collar . . .
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And a bonnet of course . . .
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Then tucked 'em into a linen pouch with a bit of embroidery . . .
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These little ladies are available on my selling blog. Thanks for visiting!

11 comments:

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Oh, so precious!
love them
Teresa

At Home With Amy said...

Very sweet!
AmY

Christine said...

Oh they are adorable! Loved seeing them progress step by step!
Christine

Ronda said...

Love these...adorable.~

WoolenSails said...

Those are cute and nice little item for small areas.
I need to make some stuffed dolls and things, but first I need to clean out my room, so I can work on the table;)

Debbie

Primsue said...

So adorable! Thanks for showing the step by step process.

Blessings,
Sue

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Too cute Madalynne! Deb

Joanna said...

These are just darling!

Billies Primitives said...

very cute, great peg dolls!!!!

The Moonlit Stitch said...

They turned out so cute! Love seeing the step-by-step pics...amazing transformation! ~*~Lisa

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

I'm not one for dolls, but these are just too cute. They remind me of my Willow Tree Angel collection; simple, no faces, etc. I'm going to have to save up my pennies for one. I think I have to have one!