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Sunday, February 15, 2015

***NEW*** Spring Thyme Bunny Pattern from ORP...

We are still hopping down the bunny trail
here at "Old Road Primitives" with our
 ***newest*** ~Spring Thyme~ pattern
called...~HoPPy SpRiNg~ Bunny n' Sifter!
This little bunny is super "easy" & "fun" to make! 
Please stop by "Old Road Primitives" and take
a "peek"!

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

We have lots of "fun" Christmas patterns here at "ORP"...

Who doesn't "love" Christmas?
Get an early start your Christmas craft show items!
I'm still selling a ton of "Christmas" patterns!
I've decided that Christmas sells great year round!
So, today I'm "previewing" some "fun" Christmas patterns
Please click HERE to be taken to our website!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Sunday, February 8, 2015

***NEW*** ~Simple Simon~ Bunny Pattern from Old Road Primitives...

 ***NEW*** "Spring Thyme" Pattern from "ORP"!
This new "darling" little bunny is called...
~Simple Simon~ Bunny!
The reason that I named him that he because
he is super "simple" to make...with a one body & head piece,
beaded eyes and a triangle fabric nose making a bunny
doesn't get any easier then this!
 This pattern comes with the vintage style "BuNNy TaLeS"
book template for you to print from your computer!
This is a super "fun" & "simple" pattern to make!

Please click HERE to take a "peek"!

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

***NEW*** Spring Bunny Pattern from Old Road Primitives...

With Easter only a couple of months away,
I want you to meet "ORP's" ***NEW*** Spring Pattern...
(Named after a nickname that I gave our Granddaughter!)
This little bunny is "simply" adorable!
In this new pattern you will learn how to make the
"plush felt" fabric look "aged"!
Please click HERE to view this new Spring pattern!
 This is a super "fun" & "easy" pattern, that you are sure to love!

Thanks for stopping by today!
Have a "wonderful" day!

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Merry Christmas from "ORP"...

"Merry Christmas", everybody!
May you have a "blessed" Christmas with
your family & friends!

See you in 2015!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Ruffled Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt...

 Hi, Ladies!
Today, I wanted to "share" ORP's version of
a "Ruffled" Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt.
First off, I would like to say that I got this idea
from a website called..."Uncommon Designs".
 Trish & Bonnie's ruffled burlap Christmas tree
skirt is a "no sew" project.
So, if you don't sew you may want to hop on over
to their website for their "no sew" tutorial.

OK, let's get started!
Supplies Needed...
(1) 60" Round Burlap Tablecloth ($15.00 at Premier Burlap
2 Yards Homespun Christmas Fabric
8 yds of Trim (I used a burlap ric-rac)

Start by folding your round tablecloth in half.
Using an 8 to 10" plate or lid, draw a "half" circle
on the center fold of your tablecloth, as shown in the photo below.
Now, draw a straight line, starting a the "A" to the edge of your tablecloth,
also shown in the photo below.
Cut the circle & straight line out.
The circle will be what fits around the base of your Christmas tree
& the line will be the opening of your Christmas tree skirt.
The photo below shows you what your Christmas tree skirt
will look like once it's laid out.

At this point you can bind the circle and edges of the opening
or you can skip the binding part.
For the binding I used 2 1/2" strips of the same
homespun Christmas fabric that I used for the ruffle.

Time to do some figuring...
Measure the circumference of your tablecloth
and double that number.
My 60" tablecloth was 180" in circumference.
I like lots of ruffles, so I "doubled" that number...360".
360" of fabric is what I will need to make my "ruffled" Christmas tree skirt.
If you don't like a lot of ruffles then you will need to lower that number
to like maybe 1 1/2 times the circumference of the tablecloth or 270 inches
or somewhere in between 270 & 360 inches.
Tear strips of the homespun Christmas fabric 6" wide.
You can use burlap if you prefer but you can't tear burlap, it
will need to be cut.
 Sew these strips together until you have reached the desired number of inches.
For me it was 360".
About an inch from the edge of the fabric run a gathering stitch.
I like to run two rows of gathering stitches just in case one breaks.
 Gather these ruffles until they fit the circumference of your tablecloth.
At this point you can either sew your ruffle to the tablecloth
or you can glue your ruffle to the tablecloth.

 I hid my gathering stitches by gluing some burlap
ric-rac trim on my ruffle.
I used this same trim to make ties for my Christmas tree skirt.
Walla...wasn't that "fun"?
I hope that your ruffled Christmas tree skirt will be a
"keepsake" for many Christmas's to come!

PS:  I will post a picture of my new "ruffled" Christmas tree
skirt all laid out under our tree, once I get our Christmas tree up
in a couple of weeks!

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

***NEW*** ~A "Sweet" Christmas~ Lighted Ginger Pattern from ORP...
Hi, blog "peeps"!
Today, I wanted to "share" ORP's newest
pattern for Christmas 2014!
This new pattern is called...
~A "Sweet" Christmas~ Lighted Ginger!
Isn't she "adorable"?
This little Ginger stump doll sits on a wooden base!
She is holding a primitive battery operated taperd candle!
This little Ginger would make a great gift for that "special"
someone on your list!

Have a great day!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

***NEW*** "FUN" Christmas Patterns from Old Road Primitives...

Hi, Ladies!
Today, I wanted to "share" ORP's lasted & greatest
Christmas patterns!
The first pattern is called...

The second pattern that I wanted to "share"
is called...

Thanks for stopping by today!

Monday, October 20, 2014

***NEW*** ~SnOw DayZ~ Prim Snowman Raggedy Pattern from "ORP"...
Isn't this ***NEW*** snowman pattern from "ORP"
simply "adorable"?
Please stop by Old Road Primitives and take a "peek"!


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Fun ***NEW*** Christmas Patterns from Old Road Primitives...

Hi, everyone!
Today, I wanted to "share" my newest
Christmas patterns with all of you!
How "cute" are these?
I hope that you are having a "great" Fall!
Thanks for stopping by today!