Quilt and Fabric Shops

Millers Dry Goods - Charm,  The areas first quilt shop began in 1965 in the Miller family kitchen as a small fabric store serving the Amish Community. Today, still family owned and operated it has has expanded to carry a large variety of fabric, notions, batting and stencils. Stocks over 8,000 bolts of calico and other fabrics. 330-893-9899   www.millersdrygoods.com

Country Craft Cupboard - Berlin, and specializing in handwoven and homespun fabrics. The main floor is filled with fabrics, wools, models, and patterns, over-dyed cross-stitch threads and glass beads. The lower level is filled with books and supplies for rubber stamping, scrap booking, and painting. (330) 893-3163  www.countrycraftcupboard.com

Gramma Fannie's Quilt Barn - Berlin, part of Schrock's Amish Farm. Locally made quilts and wall hangings fill the rafters in this old barn, along with more than 2,000 bolts of fabric. Gramma Fannies carries only quilt shop quality fabrics including such lines as Marcus Brothers, Hoffman, Aunt Graces and thimbleberries. 330-893-3243 www.grammafanniesquiltbarn.com
Helping Hands Quilt Shop - Berlin’s original quilt shop, was founded in 1974. In addition to having over 3,000 bolts of fabric, we also stock a wall with notions, rulers and other quilting tools. Come in and browse over 100 locally made finished quilts.  (330) 893-2233 www.helpinghandsquilts.com

Mt. Hope Fabrics - Hometown quilt and fabric store located on the corner of 241 and 77 in the center of Mt. Hope. Fabric, notions, home decor, Amish coverings and hats, and some Amish clothing. Huge selection of imported Bavarian buttons. (330) 674-5292

Swartzentruber Quilts - Amish home-based quilt shop. In addition to viewing some beautiful handmade quilts, you'll have an opportunity to step inside a true Amish home. Everything on display is either made by the owners or other local Amish women. Cash Only. Located at 7971 TR 654, north of Walnut Creek/Berlin