Wednesday, January 11, 2012

My Newest Burlap Creation

Just a quick post to show off this adorable bunny I made last night.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

Made from a vintage burlap sack.

Graphics show on ears and one side of the bunny's body.
The other side is solid brown burlap.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy


Rag stuffed (burlap remnants).


Stick legs.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy


Old quilt cotton quilt batting used for tail and details around legs.


Hand stitched eyes and whiskers.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy


Bunny measures approx. 12" long by 9" tall, from the top of ears down.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy


*Adapted from a Sweetpeas Primitives pattern from Mercantile Gatherings magazine.

I have him listed in My Etsy Shop.

You can CLICK HERE to pop over and view him.

APP ~Tammy

I also listed my other burlap dolls today.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

CLICK HERE to view large rag doll with church doll.

APP ~Tammy

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

CLICK HERE to view small burlap rag doll.

APP ~ Tammy

~ Now back to the sewing room.  :)

Thanks for stopping by.

Take Care and Talk Soon,

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

17 comments:

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Tammy~ so cute love love the bunny~ Dolls are precious~ you are getting so creative with Burlap~awesome work~
smiles
Teresa

Penny said...

Love your burlap creations!! The bunny is just adorable!!

Karrieann said...

...such a cutie!

Tam said...

Your burlap creations remind me of my younger days living on a farm traveling around New England showing sheep. I love all your burlap creations, some day I need to try creating with burlap. Thanks for inspirng me

Mamaws Creations said...

Very cute! love the bunny and LOVE the dolls!

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Hi, Tam - what a sweet bunny. I love the wool batting tufts on his legs and tail!

Kendra said...

Oh my word! He may have to come to my house! Burlap is one of those childhood smells for me because my grandparents owned a nursery where I spent alot of time and Grandpa used burlap to ball the trees from the fields for the sales yard.

Kendra

cynthia lee designs said...

Oh Tammy...the bunny is adorable!!

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

Very creative use of the burlap! I love this bunny pattern - there are so many ways to make him!

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

He's just too cute!
I love how the pinky red showed up on his ears...perfect.

Karen

earlyamerica 1815 said...

Good morning Tammy!! Such creativity you have!!! Your little burlap creations are wonderful!! Tina

Prims By The Water said...

Oh darn Tammy, I would have loved to purchase your burlap bunny...a day late on my blogging and as always. Take care, Janice

Mary said...

Adorable bunny Tammy! You make the cutest burlap dolls. Mary

Trace4J said...

Stinkin CUTE! You are the burlap creating queen. Just love them all.
Great job.
Hugs to you
Trace

www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

Carmen and the Primcats said...

Cute cute Tam! Love that bunny!

Carmen and the Primcats

frontporchprims said...

Ok, after working a little with burlap I now have a better appeciation for your work. It's not the easiest thing to handle:) I love, love that bunny. How cute. the batting around the legs is adorable. He's a micro mixed bunny. Ha Ha. He must be very special. Good job. I bet he'll sell fast. -Steph-

TheCrankyCrow said...

What a sweet little bunny!! Love the batting touches around his legs and for his tail. I think you have the art of burlap work perfected! ;o) Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin