28 November, 2014

Grungy prim raggedy doll

This is a faceless coffee-stained raggedy doll that I made a couple of years ago. 'Just winged-it on the pattern and clothing. She is made of heavily stained and aged muslin, and is 20" tall. Her dress is made of 100% cotton homespun fabric in a red, green, and white check weave. Her pantaloons are made of muslin, and her legs are made of 100% cotton ticking in red stripes. The bonnet is made of 100% cotton in a dark green with tiny red and yellow flowers print. Are there any suggestions on a name for this raggedy doll? Prim Autumn blessings.

3 comments:

  1. She is absolutely darling! Enjoy your weekend - hugs!

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  2. Oh she is a sweet looking thing! I think Joy or Noel would be a good name for her.
    Be blessed,
    Cindi

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  3. She looks like Priscilla Prim to me! And I LOVE her! I am so ready to make another doll and the prairie dolls are so much fun to make! You are talented my friend! You can sew up a storm!!! Enjoy your weekend! Sweet hugs, Diane

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