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Thread: Amish Auction Montana

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    Power Poster solstice3's Avatar
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    Aug 2011
    Citrus County, Florida

    Amish Auction Montana

    DH and I attended an Amish auction in Rexford, MT. It was amazing with gorgeous hand made furniture, delicious food and QUILTS!!!! In my opinion, the quilts went for less than they should have...probably due to the economy. While $400 to $600 is NOT cheap for a queen to king size quilt, when you consider the cost of good fabric, the time and all the hand quilting, they were a bargain! Many traditional patterns plus some lovely bargellos. I did not take pictures as it was difficult to do so without getting Amish in them and I know in some ordnungs they do not wish to be photographed so I didn't attempt any photos.

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    Super Member ptquilts's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    wow, sounds great! Maybe because it was not in a typical "Amish" area, like PA or OH, they did not bring as much?

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    Super Member Doggramma's Avatar
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    Feb 2014
    For years I attended an Amish auction around here. Just haven't been lately. There was delicious homemade food, homemade ice cream, beautiful furniture and quilts. We sat on hay bales, and I so enjoyed just watching the people and their children.

    I bought a few quilts for pretty cheap (some around $100, most less than $200), but it's been at least 15 years since I attended. Hopefully your auction had more traditional Amish style quilts. Most of the ones around here were not the type of quilts I'd consider "Amish." But the hand quilting on all quilts was fantastic.


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    Super Member Kimkankwilt's Avatar
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    Nov 2010
    Saugus, CA
    Sounds like fun....
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