Halloween Farmer Ghost Hay Bale and Pumpkin
Kentucky Primitives Appalachian folk artist
Victoria Lynn
Simple Primitives done in the tradition of old

 Farmer Ghost has been working in his garden harvesting his hay that he holds in one of his arms and his pumpkin, which is wired to both arms by rusty curly wire.  He wears his old farmer's hat to keep the sun out of his eyes.  His eyes and mouth are floss stitched on.  He wears his old bib overalls with rusty bell for buttons on each strap.  The front of his bibs are stuffed with straw and a few strands are dangling down from his hat.  He has a scarf tied around his neck and carries a BOO sign to scare off the crows.  He sits freely and is rag stuffed.  He will make a wonderful addition to your home this autumn.

He is approximately 15" tall and plump as a butterball.

God bless you.

This will come signed and dated.  Design is Copyright Victoria Lynn, Kentucky Primitives.



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