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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Frannie...Falln' for You Fall Raggedy Pattern

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New primitive pattern from Old Road Primitives..."Frannie"...Falln' for You Fall Raggedy!  How "cute" is this little gal with her cute little bibs and messy jute hair?  She's one of my "favs" so far!  You can call her a raggedy, a ragdoll or even a scarecrow.  This little gal has been "primmed" to perfection, giving her that great "aged" look.  She is sure to put a "smile" on anyone's face.
This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step instructions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this new Old Road Primitives pattern.  Won't you join us in some Fall "fun"?  This "Frannie"...Falln' for You Fall Raggedy is 15" tall.  Thanks for stopping by today!

Kirby the Candy Jar Scarecrow Pattern


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Primitive scarecrow pattern by Old Road Primitives..."Kirby" the "Candy Jar" Scarecrow!  How "cute" is this little guy with his darling little "stitched" face and "primitive" old style hat?  This pattern is for those of you who prefer the "stitched" face patterns.  These little fall candy jars can be made up in no time at all.  That makes this pattern great for all of you who are doing fall craft shows.  You want something simple and quick so that you can make several.  These are sure to be a "best seller".  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions, along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this new Old Road Primitives pattern.  "Kirby" the Candy Jar Scarecrow is 9 1/2" tall to the top of his hat.  Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at this new "ORP" pattern.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions in regards to this or any other Old Road Primitives pattern.

Sunday, August 26, 2018


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Primitive scarecrow pattern by Old Road Primitives..."Kolbie" the "Candy Jar" Scarecrow!  How "cute" is this little guy?  I've had several request to do a "candy jar" scarecrow.  This guy is simply the cutest with his darling little "painted" face and fall knit "sweater sleeve" hat.  These little fall candy jars can be made up in no time at all.  That makes this pattern great for all of you who are doing fall craft shows.  You want something simple and quick so that you can make several.  These are sure to be a "best seller".  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions, along with detailed pattern pieces.  This pattern also comes with the "hat" pattern piece for those of you who don't have an old sweater to use.  You are going to "love" working with this new Old Road Primitives pattern.  "Kolbie" the "Candy Jar" Scarecrow is 9 1/2" tall to the tip of his hat.  Thanks for stopping by to take a peek at this new "ORP" pattern.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions in regards to this or any other Old Road Primitives pattern.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Scarecrow Love Chubs Pattern


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New primitive scarecrow pattern for 2018 from Old Road Primitives...Scarecrow "Love" Chubs!  These two are just simply cute as can be and super easy to make.  This pattern comes with two face templates...one for the painted face and one template for the stitched face.  Rather then stitching the eyes you could always use small black buttons for the eyes.  Super simple but yet cute as well.  You will need an old adult sweater sleeve to make the boy chub's hat.  We love using old sweater sleeves to dress our fun little characters.  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step directions along with detailed pattern pieces.  It also comes with a photo on how to stitch the hair.  These darling little chubs are 9" wide.  The girl chubs is 7" tall.  The boy chub is 9" tall to the top of his cute little hat.  Thanks for stopping by to view this Old Road Primitives pattern.  Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Ivan Santa's lil Workshop Elf Pattern by ORP...


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New Christmas "elf" pattern from ORP.  Meet "Ivan" Santa's lil' Workshop Elf!  Isn't he adorable?  I've had several request to do an elf pattern.  I'm totally in "love" with this guy.  Ivan has a "one piece head and body" for easy making.  No round head here.  He does have a painted face that could easily be replaced with buttons eyes and stitched face features.  This pattern comes with a nice "face template" for you to trace and paint or trace and stitch.  This new Christmas pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step instructions...along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this new Old Road Primitives pattern.  Ivan Santa's lil' Workshop Elf is 19" tall, 10" when sitting.  Thanks for stopping by to view this new ORP pattern!  Please let us know if you have any questions.  Ivan really is a "fun" and "easy" one to make!

Lil Bit Raggedy Pattern by ORP...

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Primitive raggedy pattern...new from "Old Road Primitives"...Lil' Bit Raggedy doll. We are in "love" with this little dolly.  Not only is she super easy to make but she is "adorable" too.  She's a smaller raggedy.  This is a really great pattern that comes with instructional photos.  Step by step photos of how to paint Lil' Bit's face and how to do her "oh so crazy" jute hair.  The messier the hair, the cuter the dolly.  Please know, that you could also do button eyes and a stitched face if you prefer.  This pattern also comes with easy to follow, step by step directions and detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with the new raggedy pattern from ORP.  Lil' Bit Raggedy is 13 1/2" tall, 7 1/2" when sitting.  Thanks for stopping by to view this new "Old Road Primitives" pattern!

Brianna & Lulu Vintage Style Bunny Girls Pattern by ORP...


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Lulu Bunny!
You'll learn how to make both rianna and Lulu and all of their "darling" little clothing in this pattern.  Not only are super easy to make but they are also super cute.  This pattern comes with easy to follow instructions along with detailed pattern pieces for easy understanding.  You will "love" working with this new Old Road Primitives pattern.  Brianna & Lulu the "Vintage" Style Bunnies are 16" tall, 9 1/2" sitting.  Their little bottoms are weighted so they sit nice on most any surface.  Thanks for stopping by today to view this new pattern from "Old Road Primitives".
Brianna Bunny!

Friday, February 9, 2018

We are hopping down the bunny trail here at ORP...

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The Prim "kid" Bunny
How "cute" is this little guy?  He's all decked out in his "tattered" little bibs and tie.  This little "tattered" bunny is a primitive bunny.  He looks like he's been played with hard and then stitched back together a few times.  This Prim "kid" bunny has been primmed to perfection.  This pattern comes with a printable tag that says..."All tattered & torn, loved & worn".  This little bunny is super easy to make.  This pattern comes with easy to follow, step by step instructions along with detailed pattern pieces.  You are going to "love" working with this new ORP pattern.  The Prim "kid" Bunny is 17" tall, 9 1/2" when sitting.  Thanks for stopping by today to view this new bunny pattern by Old Road Primitives.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Little "frosty" Candle Jar "Tutorial" from ORP...

 Little "frosty" candle jar "tutorial"...
Not only are these little "frosty" candle jars cute as can be
but they are also super simple to make.
 Get your extra jars out.
I like to use smaller jars but the choice is yours.
If you don't have any small jars you can purchase
them at Hobby Lobby for fairly cheap. 
Are you ready to get started?
 
 Cover the sides of the jar in glue.
Don't glue the top rim or bottom of the jar.
I used Modge Podge glue but you can use Elmer's as well.
 Put some Epsom's salt on a paper plate.
Role the jar in the Epsom's salt.
Be sure that the top rim and the bottom of the jar
are clean from glue and salt.
 Set the jar aside to dry.
 
 Wrap the top of the jar in jute.
Tie the jute off into a small bow.
 Glue small sprigs of Christmas greenery
(fir, juniper and/or boxwood) just below the small jute bow.
Glue some red berries to the greenery.
I used faux Christmas greenery and berries but you
can use real if you have them.
 Place a battery operated candle or t-light inside the jar.
DO NOT use lit candles or t-lights in these jars.
 
Walla...you just finished ORP's little "frosty" candle jar!
I told you they were cute and easy!
 These make great little Christmas gifts that everyone is sure to love! 

I hope that you have enjoyed this free "tutorial" from Old Road Primitives!
"Merry Christmas", everyone!
Kim 
PS:  Don't forget that you can use the extra Epsom salt in your bath.
Epsom salt is great for relaxation.
For a real treat, add a few drops of lavender oil to your bath water.
Place one of these little "frosty" candles on the edge of your tub,
pour yourself a cup of tea and relax.
Who doesn't need a little relaxation this time of year?


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