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I have recipes in these six Gooseberry Patch cookbooks

I have recipes in these six Gooseberry Patch cookbooks
I have recipes in these six "Gooseberry Patch" cookbooks

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My Hoosier Cabinet
I love decorating my hoosier for the different seasons.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Prairie Shelf Sitters and new bonnet!

I have been working alot, so I don't have too much time for crafting. I did get another bonnet made and have started a stitchery. But I did want to post pictures of two shelf sitter dolls that I have made for swaps and my new bonnet..



  I kinda made up the pattern for the shelf sitters myself, I was quite pleased with how they turned out. I was going to keep one for me, but seems like I don't keep my own things. He He

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  1. I think they turned out great! Maybe the next one you'll be able to keep! lol

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  2. Lecia, Love the shelf sitters!!! Great job!
    COngrats on your win over at the pickled pepper patch! You ahve been one lucky girl lately!!! OLM

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  3. I am absolutely loving these shelf dolls. I call them stump dolls and I've seen them called bust dolls. Whatever you want to call them, I just love them! Do I have anything you would swap for? Or can I just buy one? They are darling and I have drawn myself out a pattern but never get around to making one. I have been busy wrapping plastic eggs with homespun. You know how you sometimes can get obsessed with some things? I have done about 6 dozen of these eggs. I think they are cute.
    Have a wonderful first week of Spring!
    ★Linda★

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  4. Happy spring Lecia!Those are so adorable!great job,you are very crafty!Beautiful gingham bonnet as well.Have a wonderful week sweetie.blessings and hugs michelle

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  5. Hi Lecia:) That's like me, I used to keep my handmades, but then I started selling them. Your dollies are cute and love that new bonnet:)
    Carol

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  6. How is Luke doing? I am still praying for him every day.
    I love your shelf sitters, the blue one is beautiful, I love that fabric looks like Robins Egg Blue :) The red gingham bonnet is pretty! You are so talented! If you ever put any of those shelf sitters on for sale let me know, I love the blue one - or maybe even buy a bonnet from you made in that fabric.. or both LOL Did you make some more bonnets in a different pattern?

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  7. the shelf sitters came out wonderful. I love them and your bonnetts. Your work is great
    Sabrina

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  8. OM Goodness Lecia, I love your prairie shelf sitters! You did an excellent job on them. We may have to do a swap- I really like the blue one. Hope Luke is doing better. I know you've been busy and that's a good thing sometimes, so you don't go crazy with worry. Just say the word, when ever you want to swap for something I have made.
    Take care my prim friend,
    Jean

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I have been married to my sweetheart Ronnie for 30 years.We live in the beautiful shenandoah valley of Va. We have 2 beautiful children and 3 beautiful grandchildren. I am a christian, and am blessed with two wonderful jobs. I am a hairdresser and also a nurse, I am proud of my nursing degree which I got at age 47. I give the Lord much praise for this. I also enjoy primitive crafts, antiquing, cooking, reading and gardening. My husband and I bought an old farmhouse in WV five years ago and it was ancient, floor rotted out in the kitchen, no bathroom, bats flying around, mice. Scary, well now five years later we have most of it completed, working now on a roof for the wrap around porch.We sand blasted some of the walls so they would be original, we also took all the old weatherboarding off of the outside of the house, planed it and put it back on some of the inside walls. We also have added a wrap around porch. Since we have remodled the old farmhouse, that is how I came up with my blog name.