High Tea Fabrics at my Shop

Hello lovely people! As mentioned in previous blog posts, i’ve been working away to cut and sell the remainder of my High Tea Fabric to make room for my newer collections in my sewing room. 🙂 Alas, I have finally updated My Little Shop with High Tea Fabrics!

High Tea was my very first collection for Lecien Fabrics. That being said, it’s nearly impossible to find in stores now as it is no longer being reprinted. I admit it’s bittersweet selling every last yard, but i’ve moved my space to the attic and with two growing boys and a cozy Seattle house, I just don’t have that much room to spare. I’ve of course kept for myself a couple fat quarter bundles and precuts as mementos and inspiration. 😉

Though bittersweet, it always makes me happiest to see my fabric being used and made into lovely quilts and projects by all of you!

So please treat yourself for some High Tea by visiting My Little Shop.

Also, for a limited time I am gifting a free pair of La Conner embroidery scissors with any fabric and/or book purchase. 🙂

I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend!

This post is short and sweet to keep you all updated. The next set of fabrics that I will be prepping to sell at My Little Shop are La Conner fabrics! I will be sure to give you all an update when they are available…I am not sure when that will be yet as it takes so much time to cut and fold fabric bundles.

Until then, thanks for popping in!

p.s. I hope by now you’ve made yourself a yummy Summer Pie! 😉

3 Responses to High Tea Fabrics at my Shop

  1. Lana K August 5, 2018 at 4:52 pm #

    I so love your High Tea collection! I need to finish up the quilt I’m working on using this collection. It has such a soft vintage feel. And I have a bit of your La Conner too that I haven’t decided what to make with yet. Today I’ll be making a summer pie using peaches. I live close to Fredericksburg, Texas where they grow the most delicious peaches. Just visited there and bought at least 10 pounds or more of peaches. I’ve already cut and packaged some for freezing and the rest I need to make a pie with before I eat them all! Lol.

  2. Sharon cook December 20, 2018 at 2:53 am #

    I just bought your quilt as you go book and am curious about your method. Other books of this type usually put backing on each square as the square is constructed. I had to go all the way to the end of the book to figure out that yours is done all-in-one piece at the end which requires additional quilting. Why did you decide to do it that way?

  3. janice adams January 2, 2020 at 3:40 pm #

    where may I purchase a jelly roll 2.5″ of your high tea collection or could you list the fabrics you used in the fat quarter demo . thanks

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