Monday, November 30, 2015

Shelf Sitting Primitive Annie - With A Red Bow Stump Doll - Free E-Pattern

"Annie - With A Red Bow!" and "Andy With A Blue Plaid Shirt!" are adorable shelf sitting primitive raggedies who just love hanging out in any primitive home.  Whether they are alone or paired together they make an adorable primitive decoration.

"Annie - With A Red Bow!" is a self sitting raggedy girl stump doll with a cloth body, embroidered face, and full head of raggedy red straight hair that is adorned with a bow on the top of her head. She is wearing a lace trimmed dress, and has a fringed apron that is decorated with a red ribbon bow. She is coffee stained throughout.

“Annie - With A Red Bow!”, 7” Primitive Raggedy Ann Girl Doll E-Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category -Skill Level - Beginner

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