Amish quilting in the Buckeye State

Ohio Amish QuiltsOhio is home to one of the largest Amish populations in the United States.  Amish in highly entrepreneurial communities like Holmes County produce a wide range of crafts and manufactured products, specializing in different businesses from furniture making or shed building to baking, sewing and quilting.  The quilting tradition, while not as prominent as that in Pennsylvania, remains among many Amish in Ohio’s 4-dozen-plus communities.

In Amish communities sewing and quilting are traditional communal pastimes, and increasingly today, side jobs or even full-time work for a number of Amish women, just like woodworking is for Ohio’s many furniture artisans.  Amish quilt stores can be found across the state including in Holmes County, Columbus, Cincinnati, and the Akron area.

Ohio Amish Quilt Shops

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Holmes County area

Helping Hands Quilts
4818 Ohio 39
Berlin, OH 44610
(330) 893-2233
helpinghandsquilts.com
Helping Hands Quilts has been in business since 1947.  They provide full line of products made both by Amish and non Amish suppliers such as quilts, kits and fabrics. Hand-made wall, bed or crib quilts come in various designs including Broken Star, the Bowtie crib quilt, Double Wedding wall quilts and more.




Der Alte Quilt Shoppe
3795 US 62
Dundee, Ohio 44624
(State Route 62 between Berlin and Winesburg)
Amish owned and operated quilt store, located on an Amish farm in central  Holmes County. Hand-made quilts available in simple colors and traditional patterns.

Scenic Quilts and Crafts
State Route 557
Farmerstown, OH
This store, owned by Fannie Yoder, is located in the small village of Farmerstown in eastern Holmes County, specializes in local-made products, including hand-stitched bed quilts made from the finest materials by skilled Amish and Mennonite women.

Swartzentruber Quilts
7971 TR 654
Millersburg, OH 44654
Amish-made quilts, baby quilts, quilted wall-hangings, aprons, pillows, covers, dolls and more.

Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn
4363 Ohio 39
Millersburg, OH 44654
(330) 893-3232
grammafanniesquilts.com
Gramma Fannie’s Quilt Barn is located one mile east of Berlin at Schrock’s Amish Farm on State Route 39. They carry a vast array of local Amish-crafted quilts among hundreds of bolts of fabric. Hand-stitched quilts come in a broad choice of colors, patterns, sizes and can be customized to any specifications.

Lone Star Quilt Shop
P.O. Box 32, 2700 CR 77
Mt. Hope, OH
330-674-3858 (voicemail)
Specializes in Amish custom made quilts.

Care N Share
10412 Dover Road
Apple Creek, OH 44606
330-698-0376
This business features Amish-made products including gift accessories, baskets and quilts in a variety of colors, shapes and styles.  Care N Share’s goods are produced by physically challenged individuals in the community.

Jake’s Amish Furniture, Gifts & More
1255 County Highway 52
Orrville, OH 44667
(330) 857-4756
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Jake’s Amish Furniture, Gifts & More specializes in full line of hand-built furniture for entire house. Some Amish made quilt and quilt accessories including racks available.

Amish Outlet Store
887 West Main Street
Smithville, OH 44677
(330) 669-9919
amishoutletstore.com/page.cfm?p=20
Amish Outlet Store carries a vast array of Amish-made furniture and crafts including hand-stitched quilts among various styles of bedroom sets.

Columbus area

Farmer’s Country Store
540 N. High Street
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
740-654-4853
farmerscountrystore.com
Farmer’s Country Store features a broad selection of hand-stitched quilts, available in a range of colors and patterns such as the Fresh Flowers quilt kit, Floral Urns, Pink Star Wreath, Folk Art Angel, Dutch Girl and more. Quilts suppliers are both Amish and non-Amish.

Amish Wares
2151 Stumbo Rd
Ontario, OH 44906
(419) 529-0504
amishwares.com
A vast selection of Amish-crafted products including home decor accessories, quilts, baskets, wooden toys and unfinished Amish-made furniture.  Amish Wares’ quilt selection covers a range of designs and sizes, each piece handcrafted by skilled Amish women in traditional red, blue and white colors among others. Amish Wares’ quilts can be customized.

Cincinnati area

Miller’s Furniture, Bakery & Bulk Foods
960 Wheat Ridge Road
West Union, OH 45693
937-544-8524
Miller’s Furniture, Bakery & Bulk Foods feature a vast choice of Amish-made products including furniture, foods and quilts in their 34,000 square-foot showroom.

Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm
1000 Aullwood Road
Dayton, OH 45414
(937) 890-7360
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An Amish-made quilts auction taking place each year (Autumn) in Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm, where they carry over 100 different quilts patterns, all of them hand-pieced and hand-sewn by skilled Amish women and men from New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Kentucky.

Cleveland/Akron/NE Ohio area

Amish Home Craft Shop and Bakery
16860 Kinsman Rd.
Middlefield, OH 44062
This shop is located in the heart of the Geauga County Amish settlement, Ohio’s second largest Amish community. Geauga County is located in northeastern Ohio, about an hour east of Cleveland.

Arts in Heaven
Akron, OH
(330) 762-2928
artsinheaven.com
Arts in Heaven offers online sales of all manner of Amish-made goods, from furniture and crafts to toys, accessories, quilt racks and quilt fabrics.

Note to OH residents: Please verify business hours of Amish quilt dealers listed here. Business locations and availability can change. Amish-owned businesses will always be closed on Sundays while non-Amish quilt dealers may have Sunday hours. Not responsible for changes to the above information. View a full nationwide listing of Amish quilt retailers.

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