Friday, October 26, 2012

Dolls and a Plant

Another doll made from Olde Country Cupboard pattern.  This one is called Candy Cane Annie but mine has a tree......

I think this pattern had a chicken with it.  Olde Country Cupboard has some nice doll patterns.

PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE WOMAN BEHIND THE CURTAIN!

Just wanted to show you all how my Love Lies Bleeding plant grew.  It is pretty ratty now so it's on its way out.  I am wondering if it will seed itself.  Anyone know?  If it does, I am probably in trouble.

Happy Friday everyone.  Keeping all you in mind that are in the area of what they are calling the Frankenstorm.



6 comments:

Linda Chapman said...

I have never seen a plant like that before!! SO interesting!!
I always enjoy seeing your projects. LOVE that little tree your doll is holding.
'Frankenstorm'.....good word.

Prims and Annies said...

You are in the doll making mode...all are cute..I have that pattern also. I am working on some reindeer..North Pole Welcome Christmas Reindeer by Old Road Primitives. My husband makes primitive star wreaths from old tobacco sticks and I am thinking about using the reindeer and adding some greenery on these. We are in Southwest GA, about 200 miles from the east coast, and getting a nice breeze (probably from Sandy)and sunshine today.
My first craft show is a week away and I am working like a crazy woman.
Take care and have a wonderful weekend.
Maxie

Susie said...

Peggy, You are a whiz with the needle girl. Love the dolls. Smiles, Susie

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Yes for your sake, I do hope it doesn't reseed...You'd need more room for sure. Still it is a pretty plant. I'd not heard of the Frankenstorm, but it is raining here. In my trivia today they did say it was Frankenstein Friday.

The Moonlit Stitch said...

Old Country Cupboard has great designs! Love what you did with them Peggy! Cool plant! ~*~Lisa

Kynda said...

yes, it reseeds but they are easy to get rid of-- Just take a hoe to the seedlings if there are too many. I love them. Next year, if you don't want so many coming up, cut the blooms off before they go to seed.

Are any of those Annies going to The Farm?? They are awesome! love love