Tuesday, December 6, 2011


Probably the most dangerous thing I do weekly, other than drive, is walking into the Attic Window Quilt Shop.  When I went there last week, I found all these wonderful primitive dolls.  I swear I don’t think I’ll ever grow up.  I’m mumble mumble years old and still love dolls.  I have them all over my house.  Gads, I even have a doll from my childhood (you'll just have to imagine how old she is).   I’m drawn to dolls and am often at odds with myself about the need to buy another one.  These Primitive Dolls were made by Donna Barnes of Twin Lakes, MI and are adorable. 
Here is another cutie.  Don't you just love her eyes?  

I don’t think these dolls have names, but I challenge you to stop by the shop and try to resist buying one.  Wouldn’t they make a fantastic Christmas gift?   Chris has lots of new things for sale in the store.

Another new item is this pincushion was made by Ruth Nadwodnik from Walker, MI.  

Don't forget JD's Starlight Mint Mini Table Topper class on Friday.

A Creative Dreamer has another darling ornament for you.  I think she has an even dozen now.

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Mama Pea said...

You are up early! Or did you set this to post? :-) Those dolls are great. You know I'm a sucker for dolls. I think I love Elsa's American Girl dolls about as much as she does.

Your post is so funny...dangerous driving. Haha!

Barb said...

Those dolls are adorable....

Why is it when we know it is dangerous we still look behind the door?

Lynn said...

That pear pincushion is fabulous!

Allie said...

Cute dolls! I like the first one best! And darling pincushion. I know what you mean about driving, lol....


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