Quilts and Quilting
Here are some of the close-by places to browse and buy your next quilt.
The quilt auction is held six Tuesdays each year at the Garden Spot Firehouse in New Holland. Sale items include quilts, wall hangings, quilt topics, fabric lots, and more.
Don’t let the unassuming exterior of this place fool you; inside you’ll find a wide selection of quilts compactly organized.
Hidden back a long, narrow drive, Smuckers Quilts is a fairly large building with quilts all along the back wall. The rest of the space is filled with the variety of any gift shop including mugs, quillows, toys, books, signs, and some home canned foods.
This small quilt shop displays quilts on a vertically rotating rack in the showroom. A wide selection of queen and king sized quilts, along with pillows, stuffed animals, wall hangings, and other homegoods. Upstairs is a battery-operated lamp and lighting store.
For fabric and supplies for your next project, check out these local shops.
Cedar Lane Dry Goods
204 Orlan Road, New Holland, PA; 2 minute drive
Aisles and aisles of carefully organized fabrics dominate the first floor, along with sections devoted to buttons, zippers, bias tape, and other notions. Upstairs is a small section devoted to books, some tables of remnants and a room with Tupperware products for sale.
Adjacent to Kitchen Kettle Village, Nancy’s Corner features hand-made quilts as well as quilting materials.
Across the street from Kitchen Kettle Village, the Old Country Store has a selection of quilts and fabrics.
Tucked behind Immergut Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels, wander the neatly arranged rows of beautiful fabrics at Zook’s.