my favorite stops along the information superhighway
Jakes Toys ~ wonderfully hand made wooden stick puppet.
Ladye Fayre Dolls ~ Sarah Dunlap, maker of the finest art dolls.
Something Else Studio ~ cloth bags ornamented with the greatest of detail.
Art of Fire ~ Foster Holcombe, American art glass studio. seen on CNN.
91.3 the summit ~ this is what rocks the doll studio.
Spin Cycle Yarns ~ hand spun yarn with a sense of humor and a sense of 'green'.
Yarn Exchange ~ where I buy all my Lambs Pride Yarn. great service!
Britex ~ the Valhalla of fabrics. they have everything. my first stop in San Francisco.
Discount Fabric Warehouse ~ labyrinthine adventures in fabric excavation.
Kerrville Folk Festival ~ where I met Peter Yarrow and Floyd Red Crow Westerman.
Scarborough Faire ~ deep in the heart of Texas: Henry VIII, crafts and music.
Maryland Renaissance Festival ~ the finest renaissance festival in the country.
Dougie McLean ~ my favorite Scottish singer and songwriter.
Kristine Jackson ~ Cleveland's best blues artist. Janis Joplin and Billie Holiday all in one.
Specht's Store and Restaurant ~ tell Kate Hello! great food, folks, music and sunsets.
The Museum of Childhood ~ toys and dolls by the score! a great find on the Royal Mile.
Etsy ~ the place on line to buy hand made craft and art.
McNay Art Museum ~ the loveliest in San Antonio, where first I saw Diego Rivera's work.The Cable Car Museum ~ a little known, hard to find, well worth it, treasure.
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