Offering our personal renderings from early cloth, repurposed wares, and rural antiques
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This sweet bottle doll is dressed in the best old brown/cream homespun and carries her own little rag doll dressed in blue. Her folksy stitched face is framed by a head wrap in early blue calico too! This doll stands 10" tall. $48.00
This wee one is the largest of two small bottle dolls offered tonight. She is dressed in early blue calico, wears a shawl of wool...and has a sweet folksy stitched face. Her hair is old curly wood shavings... She stands 7" tall.
This little gal is only 6" tall and wears early blue calico for her apron and old brown homespun for her dress. Her shawl is made of a scrap of old wool. Folksy stitched face is framed in a matching early blue....
This pillow is made using the backing of an old quilt in a worn and wonderful early blue calico. I love the shade of this blue....and the back of the pillow is just as neat...Old brown calico! A heart of brown/cream homespun adorns the front of the pillow...being patched in old blue. 8 x 8 WE HAVE TWO available tonight!
Three fine examples of early brown homespun were used to make this fun seed bags...The perfect addition to your farmhouse kitchen....( ....I use them everywhere! ) 4, 6, & 7"... You will love these! WE HAVE TWO SETS AVAILABLE TONIGHT!
*** Old Reader is SOLD We have four books available tonight. Two are old Readers...both of those belonging to the same young fellow! Two larger books show so well covered in two fine examples of early browns... Three of the books will be offered in this listing which will be the larger books and one of the readers. All books are priced separately.... Two larger books and plain Reader . The old Reader w/ blue patch and heart is offered in another listing....
This old reader belonged to Herman Griffith. It reads he lives in Braight Pittsboro, Indiana....and is dated 1908..Tuesday, Oct 2nd to be exact. Herman left some of his art work in this old reader...more to found on the book back as well. I covered this is such a wonderful and early brown homespun...patched it w/ an old blue calico and added a tiny heart. Keep in mind..the reader offered in another listing tonight belonged to Herman. There is a sweet love note written in it from a classmate.....
These itty bitty felines are just the sweetest! A wee 4" tall....$10.00 each