Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Pattern Designer's Feature & Free Patterns

Good Morning So glad you dropped by our blog today

There are some amazing members on the Folkart and Primitives
Etsy Team, several who Design Patterns
Today I will feature a few of those and also info on a Pattern
they are offering for ~Free~

First let me introduce you to Carol Woodard of

I am, Carol Woodard, folk artist, owner and sole creator/designer of primitive hand mades from Woodland Primitives. I have been sewing and creating for as long as I can remember. My mother always encouraged me, telling me that "I could do anything" so I am doing what I love. I draw on my love of antiques and all things "olde" to create new primitive collectibles for your home. I especially enjoy creating birds, dolls, pinkeeps and reproduction sewing needfuls from the wonderful fabric I find in the local Amish communities surround my home.


You do have to have a membership and logged in to download
patterns on patternmart, it is free to signup

Be sure to Visit Carol online
you can find her on 



Next I would like to introduce you to Lynn Barbadora of

 I founded Painting Thyme Needfuls in 2007. If it doesn’t move then chances are I can paint something on it! I enjoy antiquing and junking to find unique surfaces to paint on. I enjoy painting murals, stenciling rooms and painting designs on floors. My original Painting Thyme E-pattern designs include a wide selection of seasonal wood d├ęcor for home and outdoor garden. They are available as instant download, so you save on shipping! In my shop you can also find a wide selection of my Painting with Friends Patterns. These are patterns inspired by Artist Terrye French and painted by me. They are offered as E-Patterns for Painting With Friends.

*It's All About the Shoes*
Send her a message on there, telling her you read this on the
FAAP Blog, and include your Email address, Lynn will 
then send you the pattern 

Be Sure to Visit Lynn Online
you can find her on



Next We would like for you to  meet Karen Riggs of 

Here at Red Dirt Primitives you will find a wide varity of Dolls,PatternsTartsDoll Kits and primfull needs. All items are hand made by me....Karen and all finsihed dolls will come signed, dated and smelling wonderful!


Be Sure to Visit Karen online you can find her on



And next let us introduce to you Tawny Bell of

The Primitive Nook is owned by designer Tawny Bell
She loves designing Dolls and doll patterns
inspired by her Mom's crocheting and her Dad's Painting
Tawny offers Patterns as well as her Creations

Tawny is Offering an E pattern of your choice from her
Please go to Tawny's Facebook page when you make your choice
And leave her a message, telling her you found this on the 
FAAP Blog
Let her know which Pattern you want and leave her an email address
in that message Please

Be sure to visit Tawny online at the following links




We hope you have enjoyed today's visit
We will feature members like this frequently so be sure
to follow our blog to keep up with our posts

Have a wonderful day

10 comments:

  1. Wonderful post-it's great to know a bit more about some of you talented gals!

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  2. Thank you so much Brenda for all you do for the TEAM! HUGS!

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  3. Really enjoyed this post. Loved seeing all the wonderful creations of these talented artists. A great big thank you to each of you for your generosity.

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  4. What a wonderful opportunity and so gracious of these women to offer free patterns!! Thank you all !!!

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  5. Thanks for all you do to make the wonderful information on all the artists so available to everyone. Great job.

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  6. Wonderful Artists here and so many great works of art.

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  7. So nice to put a face to the names of these lovely ladies. Such talent in the FAAP Team!!
    Kim

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  8. What a great post! Love the free patterns and all the members!

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  9. Lovely write up on these talented ladies! I enjoyed learning more about them :)

    Laura

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  10. Wonderful Post! Very talented ladies. Thank You for sharing!

    Sandi

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