Amish basket sellers in Wisconsin
Amish communities in the Badger State are located around Cashton, Hillsboro, Tomah, Medford, Clark and the Green Lake County areas among others.
Amish made baskets can be found in the areas of Cashton, Tomah, Mauston, Augusta and Milwaukee.
Down A Country Road
12651 St. Hwy. 33
Cashton, WI 54619
Down A Country Road is a store located in the middle of the biggest Amish community in Wisconsin. They offer an array of products such as Amish books, Amish dolls, puzzles, Amish bowls, quilts and more including hand-woven baskets. Online sales available.
Amish Country Corner
1101 Superior Avenue
Tomah, WI 54660
Amish Country Corner provides a range of hand-made Amish products, including baskets, rugs, candles, and country crafts.
Oak School Amish Shop
N4359 County Road HH
Mauston, WI 53948-9518
Oak School Amish Shop provides some hand-made products such as chairs, tables, shelving, cabinetry, outdoor and indoor furniture including household items and hand-woven Amish baskets.
The Wood Shed
(on Highway 12)
105 West Lincoln Street
Augusta, WI 54722
A range of products including quilts, baskets, porcelain dolls, shelves, bird houses, curio cabinets, furniture and other home decorations, all made by Amish craftsmen.
Walter’s General Store
304 East Main Street
Mount Horeb, WI 53572
Home decor, seasonal gifts, hand-made Amish baskets and candy.
705 Village Green Way #101
West Bend, WI 53090
Some Wisconsin Amish made baskets available.
9115 W Oklahoma Ave # 1
Milwaukee, WI 53227-4816
Amish Way specializes in quality hand-crafted furniture for every room of the house. They provide a range of home decor accessories and gifts including a variety of baskets, available in different shapes, colors and designs.
Note to WI residents: Please double-check business hours of Amish baskets dealers listed here. Business locations and availability can change. Amish-owned businesses will always be closed on Sundays; non-Amish quilt dealers may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above information.
Baskets image: PHOTO/arts Magazine/flickr
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