Meet Medea, the Primitive Witch

I just updated the Old World Primitives Early Work Mercantile shop for our September 1st update… and as promised, I am now sharing the full view of the scary witch that I previewed here last week.  She is my Early Work Mercantile offering this month.

primitive folk art witch make-do

primitive folk art witch make-do

SOLD, thank you!

This primitive witch make-do primitive is 21″ tall, and was created using a Kentucky Primitives pattern.  Her name is Medea, and she would make a spooky addition to your primitive Halloween decor!

Also, my final upcoming vacation notice for the year – I will be on vacation September 4th – 12th. All orders received by 2:00pm EST on Thursday, September 3rd will ship before my vacation begins. All orders received between September 4th – 12th will ship on Monday, September 14th.

12 thoughts on “Meet Medea, the Primitive Witch”

  1. Hi Stephanie,
    Your Miss Medea is absolutely WONDERFUL!!!! I also loved the Witch Mannequin you did last month!!! If you ever decide to do a Queen anne mannequin let me know!!!! I would love one!!!
    Have a wonderful day!!!
    p.s. Have a wonderful time on vacation!!!

  2. Oh! I love her Stephanie! & I so love the names they used to use long ago for things – make do’s and needful things, so charming.

    Wishing you much success with your first craft fair outing and happy vacation!


  3. Hi Stephanie,

    You’re very welcome! Hope you had a great time on vacation and at the craft fair.

    Getting a kick out of Christine’s Medea too!

    Happy week to you!


  4. Hi Stephanie. If I ever met her on a dark night at Halloween you wouldn’t see me for dust. She is wonderfully scary. I think it is something to do with the nose nearly touching the chin…lol.

  5. Thanks, Sally! My vacation was absolutely wonderful (though I won’t say relaxing, since we were hiking through the mountains and valleys from sun up to sun down) – the craft show is less than a month away, and I am still furiously preparing.

    Cathy – Hehe! I’m hoping that the crowd at The Witches Ball next month will love her (I made her with them in mind).

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