If you follow this blog, then you know that when you come here you don't always know what to expect!
I am a lover of art, and so often my head is turned by lots of different styles! I enjoy lots of different crafts and a couple of different styles. But when Fall hits, my heart always turns back to primitives. I also really enjoy prim and vintage styles for Christmas. So here I am, presenting a primitive doll for the Fall season!
Hester is approximately 30” tall, including her stem.
She is made of muslin, painted and aged with a mixture of stains and sanding.
Her face has been hand painted and she has wired movable fingers.
She has painted boots and stockings.
Her dress is made of cotton and is adorned with cotton lace and 3 rusty tin buttons down the front.
I had so much fun making this doll! It has been a while, but I don't think I'l l ever really stop making folk dolls.
Hester is for sale at PFATT Marketplace.