Drinking a daily cup of tea will surely starve the apothecary. ~Chinese Proverb
Two ladies, Jennifer Stagner and Kim Thompson, tag themselves as “A Touch of Tea.” They’re the providers behind the lovely refreshments served at the book signing for Sew the Heart on Saturday.
The balmy weather couldn’t have been more conducive to having tea out on the porch overlooking the sheep ranch at Yampa Valley Fiberworks.
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The book signing led to a discussion about the health benefits of doing what you love, and how so many women find fulfillment in the fiber arts – quilting, sewing, knitting and such.
I’d like to say thank you to A Touch of Tea for their hospitable service! Kim and Jennifer use their entrepreneurial spirit by partnering up with Yampa Valley Fiberworks for luncheon or high tea. Many of these special events are in conjunction with fiber arts workshops. Their teas provide respite for weary souls and helps grow the family tree of fiber enthusiasts in the region.
This blog is brought to you by Sue Batton Leonard, author of Sew the Heart.