Prims Spring 2011

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Welcome to the Spring '11 issue of Prims! It's the perfect time of year to celebrate the rustic elegance of primitive, folk, historic, and early-Americana style artwork. In this issue, read how Junker Jane’s muse for her Make-Believe dolls was sparked by her childhood play and imagination. Shari Enge reveals in her article how her creations are inspired by not only growing up with creative parents, but also her need to connect with her family history. And get to know Jo James and Dylan Curry, the husband-and-wife team behind The Cart Before the Horse Rolls Along. You will find that much of the drive behind their amusing dolls is their own kids’ innate sense of imagination. Also, enjoy a free pattern by Connie Hindmarsh.


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Welcome to the Spring '11 issue of Prims! It's the perfect time of year to celebrate the rustic elegance of primitive, folk, historic, and early-Americana style artwork. In this issue, read how Junker Jane’s muse for her Make-Believe dolls was sparked by her childhood play and imagination. Shari Enge reveals in her article how her creations are inspired by not only growing up with creative parents, but also her need to connect with her family history. And get to know Jo James and Dylan Curry, the husband-and-wife team behind The Cart Before the Horse Rolls Along. You will find that much of the drive behind their amusing dolls is their own kids’ innate sense of imagination. Also, enjoy a free pattern by Connie Hindmarsh.


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