I have been busy working on more rag dolls, this is a version of a Ragg Bagg Baby pattern. I managed to get 4 of these dolls finished last week. She is supposed to have a prim doll in her hands, but I just put a grubby quilt in her arms.
I made up 5 of my Prairie doll bagholder, sold one, this is my newest pattern. I love the way she turned out. The feedsack apron is perfect for her. I got the feedsack pattern from ewe n printables.
I have these advertised in the next issue of Country Sampler due out any day now. These are from my You are Special pattern line. I had gotten this chicken print at Walmart, back when they had fabric. Got several bolts of it. I love chickens as you can probably tell.
I found 3 of these Christmas dressed ready for bagholders that I had made last year, so went ahead and forced myself to use them up. I am still trying to get all my half-finished projects done.
My deadline for the fall issue of Country Sampler is next week, so I am making up some of my Prim Pumpkins from my Olde Country Cupboard line. I still need to make the sunflower to go with it. Kind of enjoyed doing the fall items.
A lot of you have asked about the the little Raggedy from Making Spirits Bright pattern, I thought she had a website, but when I looked for it, it was gone. I know she was out of Australia. So don't know how to get in touch with her about the pattern. The best I can say, is to do a search on the internet and hopefully some quilt shop will have it.
I just heard from a fellow blogger, Melanie Keaton, that one of our favorite prim shops is closing. It is called The Olde Green Cupboard, it was in Jacksonville , Florida. I loved it, but noticed last time I was in there, they had cut way down on the prim items, and stretched out the fabric to cover 3/4 of the store. I loved their displays, it was a great shop to visit. I am really gonna miss it. Carmen and I used to go there together as one of favorite things to do, when she came down. We used to always go to a store called Woodchucks, and unfortunately, they closed that one too. What are the stores thinking, there won't be any prim shops around here anymore.