Primitive Tymes

Primitive Tymes

Primitive dolls, pincushions, and other Primitive Creations

Hi my name is Linda Koch, Or simply Primdollie Koch!  Thanks so much for stopping to look at my offerings as well as all the wonderful artists here on Primitive Handmade Mercantile. 

Welcome to My March Update
 

Well despite the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, I have tried to stay busy and creative. I think I've created two fun pieces! I'm hoping one may brighten your day and come to live at your home!! Please stay well and keep each other safe thru these tryng times. Thank you for keeping us all in business too, if you are able to support us in our creative endevors. Thanks you so much.

Please use the paypal button provided. I only have one of each available. Sorry No orders right now. Also each monitor may be different so the colors may be a bit darker or lighter than they may appear depending on your particular monitor. Thank you.

 

I prefer to use Paypal for payments. If you'd like to purchase more than one item please contact me after you've purchased one and I will combine shipping and send you a refund.  In order to see more views of my pieces please click on the main image of each item.  I can be reached for questions at primitivetymes@me.com or primitivetymes@ncwcom.com or my FB page

https://www.facebook.com/primdollie/

My first pincushion is made from a Lottie Laychak (Sweetpeas Primitives) pattern that I got permission from her to size him down to about 4 1/2 " tall. He is made from a vintage sugar sack and stuffed with rags and some fiberfill. He has been stained, baked and sanded to age him. He is sitting atop an overdyed wool Ohio Star pincushion that is a pattern from Carol Woodard (Woodland Primitives) that I shrunk down to about 5 1/2" wide. He is holding a carrot made from a piece of overdyed wool that I hand sewed and then hand sewed it to the bunny so she is holding it. The whole piece is about 6 1/2" tall and 5 1/2" wide and has a metal disc, covered in the same wool as the pincushion, added to the bottom as a weight. Kindly asking $55 plus shipping. Thank you.
$55.00
My other offer is a small mouse made using a vintage feedsack and a TFC Folkart pattern. He has been stained, baked and sanded to age him. He is sitting on a small round overdyed wool pincushion with a small overdyed wool strawberry. I hand sewed it and added a small silver cap to the top and hand stitched tiny seed beads on it. I added some vintage lace to the bottom and he has a tiny piece of lace and a mother of pearl button sewed on top of his head. The whole piece has then been glued on top of a vintage mouse alpha block. He is about 5" tall and about 3" wide. Kindly asking $45 plus shipping. Thank you.
$45.00