Woodland Primitives

Woodland Primitives

~handmade American folk art and collectibles~

Hi there...my name is Carol Woodard, owner and designer at Woodland Primitives. I am living my dream of creating wonderful goods that I can share with you. All items are created in my studio by me.  Payments  are made through paypal, credit card, money order or personal check. Items will be shipped to you by USPS to US and Canada addresses only. 


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SPOKEN FOR...KIND WORDS PINKEEP DRUM...Oh my the greens in this piece! I knew when I saw the pattern by Notforgotten Farm that it was going to be my next pinkeep drum. The greens of the floss, the fabric and the yummy hand dyed velvet all coordinate perfectly! To see the other sides of the drum and the top, please CLICK on the main photo.
ANTIQUE AUTOGRAPH QUILT PINKEEPS...Don't these just shout spring to you! I have fashioned 3 pinkeeps from a salvaged antique autograph quilt. These names were embroidered, with teenie stitches, all by the same person since the handwriting all looks the same. I have tried to figure the names out and have them listed with the photo. There are 3 individual pinkeeps all attached to antique zinc wide mouth Ball mason jar lids. Please CLICK on the main photo to see them up close.
SPOKEN FOR...AMISH PUZZLE BALL...My love for amish puzzle balls is back! This is a very different one that I made several years ago. I found the pieces when I was reorganizing the studio. There are 32 football shaped pieces in a ball. In this ball there are 12 different fabrics in 4 color ways...brown, navy, terra cotta and gold. Each piece has 3 different fabrics and is assembled so that there is never a repeat of the fabric on the front of the ball. Each fabric is represented on the top surface...and boy, is that a challenge! The final piece was aged with walnut dye. But that is why I love them. Please CLICK on the main photo to see the other 2 shots.