Bea Bunny


The promise of Spring
is in our hearts
as February enters.
With that,
Bea was born of my heart.

Bea stands 12 inches high,
on a wood slab base.
She is made of high quality muslin that has been dyed,
giving her soft gray hues.
Her calico dress
and
striped apron have also been softly aged.


Her dress has been hemmed
with a sweet shell stitch
for a ladylike
scalloped edge.
In her hand,
she holds a bunch of
 paperclay carrots
with a tuft 
of dyed
antique horsehair stuffing
on their tops.




Bea Bunny 
is 98.00
and 9.00
for Priority Travel.

Thank you for visiting~
Bea Bunny 
has been spoken for.
~*~
To contact me for adoption, please email me at:
thegoodewife.folkart@yahoo.com


As with all of the Goode Wife's offerings, they are for display purposes and not for wee hands.

Sweet Dreams


For your consideration
a wee fabric basket
with a sweet couple
captured in dreamland.

The small gusseted basket
is from a Netty LaCroix pattern.
It has lots of tiny 
finishing stitches along the top and bottom.

the basket has been aged and stiffened
to give it support.
I rag stuffed it for a little weight.

Twisted rusted wire makes a perfect handle.

Two wee velvet mousels
are napping atop the basket
in a nest of antique
horse hair stuffing.

The piece measures 8 inches tall.
It is meant to hang
but will stand in it's own wonky way.






Sweet Dreams 
is 82.00
and 8.00
for Priority Travel.
Thank you so much for visiting~
Sweet dreams has been spoken for
~*~

To contact me for adoption, please email me at:

thegoodewife.folkart@yahoo.com


As with all of the Goode Wife's offerings, they are for display purposes and not for wee hands.