tagalongsprimitives

One of Kind Primitive Raggedy Dolls-Collectible Dolls.

501 Sales

tagalongsprimitives

One of Kind Primitive Raggedy Dolls-Collectible Dolls.

501 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
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Announcement   Thanks for visiting my shop. Hope you see one of my dolls on etsy and decide you can't live without it. IF you do, scoop it up! I make one of a kind collectible dolls. Try not to make two dolls just a like. At this time, I am NOT accepting custom orders on my dolls.
Not only do I enjoy making primitive dolls, I make prim pillows, ornaments, etc.
My finished items have been showcased in Country Marketplace and Country Sampler, which are nation magazines. I have sold online since 2003. I try to offer unique and one of kind items.

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Last updated on Feb 2, 2017

Thanks for visiting my shop. Hope you see one of my dolls on etsy and decide you can't live without it. IF you do, scoop it up! I make one of a kind collectible dolls. Try not to make two dolls just a like. At this time, I am NOT accepting custom orders on my dolls.
Not only do I enjoy making primitive dolls, I make prim pillows, ornaments, etc.
My finished items have been showcased in Country Marketplace and Country Sampler, which are nation magazines. I have sold online since 2003. I try to offer unique and one of kind items.

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Just tagalongs to Tagalongs Primitives. Let me make handmade dolls and items for you!

My business started around 1997 in Oklahoma. I decided to rent a small booth at a crafter mall. Business went well, so I got a much larger booth. I mainly sold Mary Engelbreit products, Gund teddy bears, and my handmade primitive stitchery pillows and raggedy dolls. I had the booth for three years and enjoyed stocking it. Then, the owner decided to close down all three of his crafter mall stores, so I thought where can I sell now?
I placed a few items on Ebay and then more, and after time was a Power Seller. But, still wanted another venue to try selling on. So, I opened a website in 2003 called tagalongs. I sold lots of dolls and more dolls. Mainly finished items were sold. I took custom orders for rag quilts and made all sizes from doll size to King size. Stopped taking orders for the quilts, after wearing out the dog feed on my sewing machine from all the heavy sewing, etc. and because the quilts were so time consuming. I began focusing on selling primitive stitchery patterns and at one time had over 550 different patterns for sale. The inventory began to take away from my creating, so stopped selling patterns.
In 2010, I closed the tagalongs website and started focusing on selling my handmades on Etsy and Ebay. I have met some awesome people on both and many are still repeat customers of mine.
Just a few months ago, I opened another website, called Tagalongs Primitives. I am slowly adding items to the site. I still sell on Etsy and have a regular client base that I totally enjoy talking to. I am doing more custom orders now.
Hope you love my primitive raggedy dolls I have listed here. In 2015, I plan on listing a bunch more dolls, elephants, and stitchery pillows. Please come to my website and sign my Guest Book. I do have free giveaways on there frequently and on my Facebook page, which is: https://www.facebook.com/tagalongsprimitives.

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Last updated on June 4, 2011

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