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Thread: must see quilt shops in Ohio?

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    must see quilt shops in Ohio?

    My DH and I are planning a road trip through Ohio next month. Are there any "got to see" quilt shops you would recommend? Maybe we could take a detour and visit the ones that come highly recommended? Thanks
    phranny ~ I cannot call my day complete. 'til needle, thread, and fabric meet.

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    Phranny, my friends and I took a trip to eastern Ohio last week. In a small town called Courtland there are 3 quilt shops. Each one offers something different in fabric lines. They are near Warren, OH. I can't find my map with the names on them but if you Google "quilt shops, Courtland, OH" they should come up. Have fun and be safe!
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    Don't know just where you will be going but look up Holmes County Ohio. It is Amish country with lots of good quilt shops in the little towns. I love going there. Good luck and have a wonderful time. Mayme

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    if you're near Waynesville (about 20 miles east of Middletown) go to the Fabric Shack. Waynesville is a small town with lots of antique shops.

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    Tootle famish country Ohio.There is an area that has a place called Sinks where the famish buy their fabric.The prices are good and the variety even better but it's not your typical quilt shop(more like a fabric warehouse) but there are several high end quilt shops within a few miles of it.Have a great trip!

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    PawPawPatch Quilt Store in Mt Vernon(30 min NE of Columbus)!!! I stopped there this summer and she has a wonderful selection - and a good eye for mixing fabrics.

    Fabric Shack is also a must in SW'ish Ohio. Fabric Shack is one of the largest in the area.
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    Do a search on here for Ohio quilt shops. there are lots of posts about shops in different areas of ohio. My favorites are in the holmes county area(zincks, millers, helping hands)

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    In Charm Ohio, is MIllers, also in Amish area of Ohio, I plan a trip to Amish next month.
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    From an Ohio quilter, here are my favorites: 1. Shiloh/Plymouth area - Country Fabrics - Huge selection and great prices - Mennonite owned. 2. Holmes Co: Miller's Dry Goods in Charm, between Millersburg & Berlin; 3. between Berlin and Sugarcreek is Zinck.s - again nice selection and good prices - also fleece, lace, flannel, buttons, etc. 4. Downtown Berlin is Helping Hands Quilt shop - nice selection but high prices - has a bargain area downstairs. Other small shops and shopping in Berlin - heart of Holmes County and Amish life in Ohio. Enjoy

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    Thanks everyone for your replies! Looks like our road trip will head us into the Berlin direction. DH is very patient with my new addiction, and I do want to be as efficient with my shopping time as possilbe.
    phranny ~ I cannot call my day complete. 'til needle, thread, and fabric meet.

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