New Years Snowman ~ Ever So Thankful
Kentucky Primitives folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old

The old snowman looks around and reminisces on the passing of one year and the beginning of a new.

He slips off his tattered hat and bows his head in thanks to God for seeing him through another year and all that has been.

This is a very primitive snowman.  He is all bent over with his head bowed.  He holds his hat between his stick arms and has an old tattered scarf around his neck.  He is plumpy and sits by himself.  He is approximately 12" tall and 23" around when completed as shown.




God be with you.

This pattern has very detailed instructions.  This pattern also includes wonderful prim tips.   You can sell these on eBay, craft shows, etc.  I would appreciate credit for the pattern design.  The pattern itself may not be resold.  You may not mass produce or wholesale dolls you make from my patterns.  Your basic sewing skills are all that's needed!

This is for the pattern only.  No altering of this pattern without my written permission (please read my "About Me" page concerning altering).  You will receive the printed pattern by mail.  Pattern is Copyright 2000, Victoria Lynn, KentuckyPrimitives.



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