I’m here again at the Farmer’s Market at a red-topped table, having a cup of hot chocolate with just the tiniest bit of whipped cream. Sophie and I have been working these past few months on the small dolls, especially the boy/girl pairs designed with the national colors of Costa Rica in mind. And Sophie has designed a mermaid doll, which we hope to have pictures of soon.
At the same time, I’ve been redesigning some of the bigger dolls and creating new dolls for the Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum’s Global Bazaar, to be held on November 24, 2012, at CAFAM in Los Angeles. For more information, please check their website at http://www.cafam.org/.
Meanwhile, Halloween is almost here and Sallie is coming over tomorrow to make “Quick Witch” dolls and finish her Raggedy Ann. It’s hot today and going to be 85 tomorrow, so we’ll be drinking lemonade and trying to stay cool while we sew, but it’s always fun.
Have a Happy Halloween, and check back with us soon for more news on the dolls and the CAFAM Global Bazaar!