Friday, December 19, 2008


Primitive Folk art Raggedy Ann (cherries)

This little girl is all ready to sweeten your day. This Ann is made from stained muslin, with a painted,stitched facial features. She is dressed in Robert Kaufman cherrys and pink gingham with 1930s reproduction feedsack print pantaloons .

She has matching hair bows in her needlefelted pink wool hair, and painted socks and shoes. I have given her a blank pink grungy tag so you can name her.

This doll was made from a pattern by Bowls-n-Annies. Thanks for looking and have a great day!
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