New Primitive Doll: Emma

I just added a new doll to the Old World Primitives Etsy shop.
Meet Emma:

extreme primitive early American style doll

Emma is an extreme primitive early American style doll that I created using a Netty LaCroix design. She is made of tea-stained muslin stuffed with eco-friendly natural fibers. She has a needle sculpted nose, black pins for eyes, and her remaining features are hand drawn. Emma has patchy black hair and wears a brown calico dress and a black shawl pinned in place with a vintage button. This primitive doll measures 26″ tall from head to toe, and 16″ tall when sitting.

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Excited side note: my primitive bunnies and my primitive pumpkin are each featured in two new Etsy treasuries, for a total of 4 today! I am so excited. Three are in the Treasury West and one is my first main Treasury feature. Check them out:

11 thoughts on “New Primitive Doll: Emma

  1. You did an excellent job with this Netty pattern Steph! Emma
    is just wonderful!
    And you know I loooovvveeee your prim bunnies!
    Congrats on being featured in Etsy!
    :-) Nan

  2. I just found your blog. anyone that loves primitives, is a friend of mine. I belonged to Early Cloth and Paint group, where I met Melanee and Lone a few years ago. I don’t know if you were in that group, but anyway, I know I will like your blog so I have added it to my blog list. Please stop by website and blog when you can. I would love to hear from you. Your little bio was very intersting to me. Oh, of course you should know that I love old houses. When I am done working on rahabing my mother’s house, getting it ready for sale, I love posting photos of antiques and such.
    Happy day
    Carole

  3. Nan – Thank you for the kind words!

    Carole – I have added you to my blogroll with pleasure! Thanks so much for linking to me. I am reading your blog and looking at your wonderful website and photos right now & enjoying my stay! I am in the Early Cloth and Paint group too. I’m glad you found me!

  4. Congrats on the Treasuries Stephanie. Your work is really lovely and I think Emma is super. Just what a piece of primitive art should be.

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