Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Coming to The Primitive Gathering

A Queen Anne inspired dollies Milliners head and
bonnet. I am only giving you a little peek of her back side. So come on over to The Primitive Gathering tonight if you wish to see all of her.

I know it has been awhile since my last post, but there is a lot thing in this old farm house that needs to get done before the winter sets in. It does not leave me much to sit in front of the computer. Soon, I shall return with some wonderful news.

Happy Autumn to you all, I know I am loving this wonderful autumn season. The weather has been the best and oh how I wish it could this way for the winter.

God Bless you all on this very fine autumn evening,



...Miss...Maddie's... said...

The loveliness hidden beneath that bonnet is delightful.
Hope you enjoying the beauty of Autumn before the cold north winds begin to blow...
Susan x

Janice Moore-Petty said...

Julie I saw your lovely bust on Primitive and she is just a doll! Well half a doll anyway! Hugs, Jan

Daryle and Katie said...

Julie... Thank you for stopping by and extending your well-wishing regarding the publication of "Sentinel" and the winter issue of ADQ! And did we know that you were in Wisconsin? Katie and I grew up in Muskego... so many years ago it seems, high school sweethearts (then and now)! Enjoy this season of tightening up the house and waiting for winter! Daryle

The French Bear said...

Beautiful!!! Your work is so lovely!!! Seems like ages since I have chatted with you, do hope all is well!!!
How's my little angel? You know I miss her, he he, just kidding......any luck fixing her?
Margaret B

Evi said...

oh you tease!... Of course I checked her out and love her.
Her face is simply lovely!
Thank you for your nice comment. I think it would be fun to make a Herbarium.
Unfortunately we will have cold weather soon, so next year.
Can't wait to see what you come up with next!
Stay warm,

Giulia Punti Antichi said...

have a special Autumn and when you start to think about your new projects, please do not forget our special project together....
Hugs, Giulia