Feb 14, 2011

New Primitive Folk Art on TDIPT Mercantile Tonight

Kind of a new departure for me offered on TDIPT Mercantile tonight.


This Primitive Sewing Pouch would be wonderful to hang 
on the wall or on a cupboard door.  
It measures 18" long, from the top of the strap, and 8" wide.  
I've reproduced a vintagead for sewing thread on muslin, 
 added a tiny pincushion and some old Mother of Pearl buttons, 
and included some reproduced antique sewing card tags. 

This Pocket is based on a pattern from Diane and Holly Knott.  
Diane has a very creative and inspiring blog, Diane Knott's Musings 
and her patterns are available in her Etsy Shop 

Here's my favorite piece this month, featuring a wonderful, antique alphabet.  
I think this would be great to hold notepad and pencil by the phone, 
for grocery lists, or just filled with an arrangement of drieds.
 It includes a selection of sepia toned tags, with hand inked edges.

Last but not least, this perfectly Primitive Shoe Pinkeep. 
 Made from painted, sanded and stained Osnaburg, 
it would be such a fun piece to add to a shelf or cupboard, 
or to include in one of your Primitive Gatherings or arrangements.
It measures 8"wide, and 6" tall.

All these items will be available for purchase tonight on TDIPT Mercantile.

When you visit, don't miss all the other wonderful Artists 
who will have new work tonight as well.

Thanks for stopping in, from the Dog and me.

1 comment:

  1. Jan, I love what you did with my pattern! This is just what I always hope for...that someone will take it to the next step and do their own thing with it! Thank you for buying the pattern and for making into something so adorable!