This primitive Hanger dress will look great hanging with all of your prairie/pioneer items. This pattern comes with complete detailed, step by step instructions to make the dress, bonnet (pattern for this alone can be bought separate), pinafore, book and slate bag. It hangs on an old homemade hanger, made from an old tree branch and rusty wire. Finished the dress measures from shoulder area to bottom 25 inches.
All new! My ~Prairie Life~ line of old items from the days of the pioneers. This pattern is for my Buggy Bonnets. Make them from "calico" prints, Homespuns, or stained muslin. They look great with several different ones hanging together. Fully detailed pattern with step by step directions and photos. Finished they are approx. 22 inches long. Once you see how easy these are to make, you will be making piles of them for your craft shows.
All NEW! From My New ~Prairie Life~ line. This is my Lil' Sod-Buster hanger. Time worn clothes from a little farm boy from back in the days of living on the prairie. It is hanging on an old hanger made from a tree branch and rusty wire. His old hat and belt are made to look like worn leather with my easy directions ( they are muslin). The belt loops are rusty safety pins. Awesome hanger piece! You will just love it when you finish making it. Finished it is approx. 25 inches long from shoulder area to bottom of pants.
These little one's bonnets are quick and easy to make, from muslin or printed fabric. They are from my new Prairie Life patterns. These are the same bonnet that are in my school girl dress pattern, so if you have that pattern, this is already in it. I am offering this separately for people who just want the smaller bonnet. Finished these are 6 x 5 laying folded flat, not including the ties.
Another addition to my ~Prairie Life~ patterns. This is made to look like the old trail journal of Abigail Scott Duniway. The letter slipped under the strap is an actual letter from her journal written on the Oregon Trail and says "JOURNAL OF A TRIP TO OREGON" across the top. Very easy to make, you will just love this piece on an old desk with a pewter candle stick next to it. Finished it is approx 10 1/2 inches x 6 3/4.
All new! My ~Prairie Life~ line of old items from the days of the pioneers. This pattern is for my CHURCH DOLLS. They are extremely primitive prairie dolls, tucked in a bag, used to keep little children quite during services, The name of the child is stitched on the bag front. They hang from a long strap. Finished the doll alone is 11 1/2 inches. the bag , with knot in strap is approx. 21" inches long.
KATE AND SAMMY, EASY TO MAKE FROM MUSLIN. THIS PRAIRIE DOLL SITS WITH HER CAT SAMMY IN HER LAP. FINISHED SHE IA APPROX. 16 1/2 INCHES LONG, SAMMY IS 6 X5. HER BOTTOM IS WEIGHTED FOR EASY SITTING. A GREAT ADDITION TO ANY PRIM DOLL COLLECTION.
THIS DOLL IS SO PRIM AND OLD LOOKING WHEN YOU ARE DONE WITH IT, YOU WILL SWEAR IT BELONGED TO YOUR GRAND MOTHER. HER ARMS AND LEGS ARE ROLLED WITH BATTING, HER FACE IS DOUBLE LAYERED TO EXPOSE THE LAYERS UNDER THE "HOLES" WORN IN HER FACE. HER HAIR IS STITCHED ON SCRAPS OF WOOL. FINISHED SHE IS 13 INCHES LONG.