How did you decide on your shop name? Why did you start your business?
I love anything primitve, country and vintage. And I work with all kinds of mediums. So one night hubby and I was trying to think of a good name for me. So I decided to try and combine all three in my name. Prim stands for my primtive items, country is my country items and farms includes everything else I make. That is how Prim Country Farms came to be.
You can find alot of my items on my blog and selling site. We are working on a web site I hope to have it up and running in a few days.
Prim Country Farms
Prim Country Farms Selling Site
One day I saw this beautiful Primitve Raggedy Ann doll on a site. And I fell in love with her. I kept going back to this wonderful creation someone had made. And I thought to myself I want to learn all I can about making Prim dolls. So I set out and taught myself everything I could. How to design a Primitive Raggedy Ann doll. And I have been making them every since.
When did you start crafting?
I have been sewing since I was a child I use to make my doll clothes. I guess I have been sewing for a better part of 30 years now. I have been crafting for the public since 2001. I started out making quilts for the public and then in 2007 I started making Prim dolls and began selling them on line at that point. It has been a wonderful journey the last three years for me.
Where do you craft?
I have a sewing room but I have so many supplies and crafts in there. I had to move into my kitchen slash dining room. I would love to have a studio someday.
What's your supply addiction?
I love fabric and anything old. OH My Goodness I am so addicted to fabric it is sad to say but the ladies at the fabric store know me by my first name.LOL