Miss Crissy Forsythia Primitive Doll Sewing Pattern
Vermont Harvest Folk Art by Doreen Frost
Miss Crissy Forsythia is made from aged, painted and sanded Osnaburg, weighted with walnut shells and stuffed with wool and lavender. She has tiny black French knot eyes and a wee painted beak. Her tiny wings are string jointed and may be posed in different positions.
She wears a gathered waist dress made from hand dyed reproduction fabric in shades of Golden Harvest, creams and dark brown. She also wears a shawl made from aged muslin with a rusty pin closure. In her wing she holds a small dried clover. Miss Crissy Forsythia stands 14” tall.
~Miss Crissy is a simple little stump doll and is very simple to make. She originated from my "Christmas Goose" doll that I offered years ago and in which I had many request for the pattern.~
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Basic sewing skills are required :).
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