Witchy Sisters Two Headed Witch Doll
Kentucky Primitives folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old


These Witchy Sisters are extremely primitive.  Their eyes are flossed on with beads and their noses are pinch stitched, and they have a flossed on mouth.  They have grass for hair sewn to their heads, and have a pocket sewn onto the front that is filled with drieds.  There is floss stitching around the top of the pocket and two rusty bells are sewn on.  They are attached to an old vintage bobbin.

These Witchy Sisters were made with a pattern from Sassafras Hill Primitives, and extremely talented designer.  Thank you much Denise for this awesome design.

These Witchy Sisters measure approximately 27" tall.

Happy Halloween!


They have rusty bells sewn to the top of their hats.  An old sign across their chest has been pinned on with bits of dried moss.  The fall drieds have a purple tint to them.

God bless you.

They will come signed and dated.

Denise has wonderful primitives, check her out.  Sassafras Hill Primitives




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