Just part of the patterns.

Saturday, November 03, 2012

I have met lots of great people while at Festival, but some very special friends came by for a picture or to share a doll.
This is Laurie, she told me she has made 4 dolls and loves it, "they are easy"!

This is Yale from Israel. She is a member of the Harper project and a doll lover.
I met a new friend, Ellen, she is from New Jersy and wanted to eat some real Texas bar-b-que. We found a great place and enjoyed the feast.
Ellen & me
Placing bar-b-que orders
If you want to try something new, this is a photo of the wonderful
Campechana, at Goode Seafood Co. Don't let how it looks fool you, best thing I have eaten. Great food. Unfortunately we only went twice.

 Me, Luann and the "Campechana"
It looks like an old train car inside


Meleahsmom said...

Thanks again for sharing your wonderful time with freinds and food!! Texas BBQ, Yummy!!

Sweetpea said...

Food looks great, and it is good to see friends popping by. My only wish is that I could come too.

Thanks for sharing :)

marilyn holley-stupka said...

It has been so much fun going to market with you. Please tell us what is in the Campechana. Next time we are in Houston we'll have to look this place up. It really looks cute. What an interesting life you must live.
I also loved the picture of Harper in Scotland, another darling outfit.

Ness P said...

OMG!! Never heard of a campechana but it looks amazing!!! thank you for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Looks like you're having so much fun!! Keep the pics coming!!

Lea Ann

Anonymous said...

I wish I could have been there in person. Thank you for sharing the wonderful picture, and I know you are going to be coming home with many ideas for Dinky Baby.
Sue Minkus

Amy said...

Laurie is right - your dolls are lots of fun to make because the steps are simple, and the instructions are so easy to follow.

Watson said...

Thank you for sharing your Quilt Fest journey with us.....It looks like you and a awesome time.

Yael said...

It was great to meet you again this festival and have a big hug and kiss.
I sure enjoy Harper and all other dolls and animals made from your patterns, and hope to make more and more and more....
Hope to see you again next festival in Houston.