Honey Bee Quilt Store Online
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We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express through our secure online ordering system.
Sales tax of 8.25% will be included for Texas residents only.
Shipping and Handling
We will ship all items through USPS using the current rate calculators based on total weight of your order. This allows us to charge you only what we are charged to get your order to you. At checkout, you will be presented several shipping options based on how quickly you want to receive your order.
We accept both domestic US and international orders online. For the latest USPS rates, please see: USPS Products and Services.
If you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact us by phone or e-mail and we will gladly give you a refund, exchange the item, or give you a store credit.
Can't Find Something?
If you can't find a particular fabric or product online, feel free to send us an e-mail! We will be glad to help you over the phone at 512-257-1269, or fax us 512-219-1947. We have over 3,000 bolts of 100% cotton premium fabric in our store and very broad selection. We also have a full range of books, patterns, kits and notions. Our friendly sales staff will be more than happy to help you!
We offer a secure online shopping cart for your convenience. When you register to create an account, place orders, or view your shopping cart, we automatically use a secure online server. Honeybeequiltstore.com protects all your shopping transactions with the Internet standard for secure shopping. This standard is called Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and the purpose of SSL is to protect all of the information you send to our website over the Internet. SSL uses encryption to ensure that all information shared between you and our website is protected.
You can tell if you are running a secure connection by checking in one of two places in your web browser. The first way is to check the website address (URL) located in your web browser's address bar. You will see "https" instead of "http" when connected to a secure server (the "s" stands for secure). The second way is to check the bottom web browser's page. Most browsers will display an icon (usually a small padlock or unbroken key) while connected to a secure page.