Moonbeam Primitives

Moonbeam Primitives

Seasonal decor, primitive dolls, punch needle and pincushions.

Welcome to our September 2019 update!  

Hello, my name is Linda Hannemann. I have been making a variety of primitives for a long time. I love to make items that look old and worn. I hope you enjoy looking at everyone's creations!

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This little punch needle stocking was punched with Valdani pearl cotton. It is meant to hang and measures 8" tall, add 2" for the wire hanger. The second photo shows the back of the piece. This was made using a great pattern by Lori Brechlin of Notforgotten Farm. Will come signed and dated. Thank you, this items is sold!
 
This primitive witch doll was made with painted and distressed muslin and brushed cotton homespun. Little witch is meant to hang, however could be propped up. She measures 19.5" tall and 5" wide. She is made from a vintage broom, hence her name "Broomhilda". She was made using a fun pattern by My Primitive Saltbox. Broomhilda has real sheep wool hair and has a rusty little owl on her shawl. Will come signed and dated. ***Thank you, this item is sold!