Monday, January 31, 2011

Tea, Quilts and Antiques...

A couple of weeks ago I shared photos from a Mother Daughter Brunch with my eldest daughter...We had visited the Suwannee Rose Cafe, which is located in the same old Coke Factory building as the Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe, and there is even more quilting stuff and antiques in the old Ice House building behind it, including the Antique Sewing Machines and Pink Antiques I shared in other previous post...Today I wanted to share the last of the photos from this visit.

This lovely egg plate was my daughters favorite antique piece, but alas it was just a little out of my price range that day...Maybe it will still be there on our next visit...

My gorgeous daughter standing in front of some of the bolts of fabric...She is holding our "birdie bag"...Our lunch was garnished with fresh citrus and since I am allergic I brought it home to hang on my bird feeder because they love them some citrus..

More bolts of fabric...They boast over 5,000 bolts and a library of 400 quilting books...Impressive huh...They also offer a number of different classes...Maybe one day I will have time to take a couple..

How fun sheet music fabric...I know, but where are the teacups?

Next door in the Ice House building

Sadly I did not get close ups of the each cup because I was running out of room on my camera...

They had the complete set of these...or at least to me it looked like a complete set...

More tea cups..

The pink one was my favorite of course, but out of my price range also...

I really loved this display they had set up with the old cans and the geese, if it was not for the price tickets showing it could be a dresser at grandma's house...

Hope yall have a wonderful week...Blessings Kelsie

Sharing this week for the following parties.

Rose Chintz Cottage & Inspirations - Tea Time Tuesday

Lady Katherine Tea Parlor - Tea Time Tuesday

Wander Lee and Pam's - Tea Pot and Tea Things Tuesday

and party Co-hosts:

Martha's Favorites - Tea Cup Tuesday
Terri, Artful Afirmations - Tea Cup Tuesday


Johanna said...

Hi Kelsie,
that was an amazing tour with lots of wonderful things. So many fabric designs. Doesn't inspire that your phantasie with lots of new ideas?
Thanks for showing this lovely tour.
Greetings, Johanna

Lavender Cottage said...

A place that would thrill any woman - fabric, teacups and so much more.
Thanks for sharing, hope you return to pick up some treasures.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Kelsie,
What a fun place to visit! I love tea rooms! I also like the pink teacup best; very sweet! Thank you for sharing the tour with us. Hope you're having a good week.


Lady Katherine said...

Oh, what a wonderful place! I could lost in there among all the fabric! I adore the egg plate! The sheet music fabric, I adore! The pretty teacups everywhere! This is my kind of place! The buffet is one which is almost like the one I dream of finding a great price on ONE day! Thank you for joining me for Tea Time. I so enjoyed this post so much!

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

Thank you for the wonderful tour thru your camera lens. So much eye candy. I love all those teacups and the fabric I could have lingered all day looking thru it all. I especially liked the music not fabric. So many possibilites with that. ~~Sherry~~

On Crooked Creek said...

What an inspirational tour of a variety of items and displays! Purchases made or not, one always comes home with new insight into arrangements of our own personal treasures. Thank you for sharing this lovely post with us!

Penny said...

A most lovely tour and a great post.

Thank you for sharing.


Terri said...

Oh just look at all those gorgeous tea cups on that beautiful sideboard! You must have had a fun day with your daughter.
Thank you so much for sharing your day with us.

Tammy@beatrice banks said...

Sounds like you had a wonderful mother daughter day. I cherish those days. Your daughter is so pretty. Love all the trinkets from the egg plate to the tea cups.

Lynn said...

Your daughter is so lovely. Wonderful for me especially to see antique shops in Florida. I am South of you, Tampa Bay area. I would love to take in that lovely shop and all those teacups. Furniture is wonderful, but I am more into white. Looks like a very organized, perhaps expensive antique store, but it would be such fun to browse. Thank you for sharing this with us today.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I am with you, I love the pink tea cup. Just so stunning. Thank you so much for being a part of Tea Cup Tuesday. You make it special. Blessings, Martha

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. I love all your Beautiful Teacups maybe I will do a Tea Time Tuesday !! Your blog is lovely I will come back to see more sweet lady.~~Im your newest follower on your blog now. I hope you can come see my Tablescapes and join me also.I hope you and your lovely family have a nice day and keep warm !!!

Wanda Lee said...

Hello there Kelsie,

What a delightful post!.., Your lovely daughter looks like she was indeed having a grand time with you as you both ventured out for your day trip!

What an array of fabrics and teacups!..,

Thanks so much for joining us for TTTT and also for TTFT this past week;(it has taken me quite awhile yet get by for a visit as I have been under the weather', not with a cold or flu, but with aneamia and other health concerns)..,

Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee