Sunday, March 28, 2021

"Peter - The Primitive Farmer & Margaret - The Dutiful Farmer's Wife" Primitive Stump Dolls Free E-Patterns



If you love making whimsical cloth shelf sitter dolls then you're going to love our "Peter - The Primitive Farmer and Margaret - The Dutiful Farmer's Wife" free  e-patterns.

Peter The Primitive Farmer believes that every day should be spent working hard and providing for your family. There is nothing like a good hard day of labor.  He gets up in the wee hours of the morning to start working on his farm. 

Margaret, being the dutiful farmer's wife that she is, gets up even earlier than her husband.

Why?

Because she has to prepare his breakfast so he has plenty of energy for working all day.

Margaret The Dutiful Farmer's Wife believes that she should do everything that she can to help her husband, Peter. 

So, she always has a home cooked meal ready for him at the end of a hard day of labor and at the beginning of the day so he has enough energy for all the demands of the farm.

Margaret gets up so early in the morning to prepare breakfast for Peter that at the end of the day she is a little tired. 

Peter understands this and when Margaret falls asleep on the sofa he just lets her sleep. 

She works so hard. 

She deserves her rest, too.



To view and download my free combo e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view my free e-book. Then just download my free .pdf e-book by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.  


To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view my free e-book. Then just download my free .pdf e-book by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.  


He is a free standing primitive doll with a cloth body. Peter has an embroidered face and a few strands of straight brown hair. He is wearing his grungiest denims with button decorated pockets and straps, fringed flannel shirt with buttons, flannel lined hat, and red bandanna for all the sweat. He is coffee stained throughout and is carrying a flour sack.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals


Margaret is a free standing primitive doll with a cloth body and an embroidered face. She is wearing a lace trimmed dress and fringed apron. Her straight brown hair is unruly underneath her lace trimmed bonnet. She is coffee stained throughout and is carrying a pail to milk the cows.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals


To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view my free e-book. Then just download my free .pdf e-book by clicking on the down arrow in the top center.  

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