Take a tour with me in Shipshewana – Enjoy the spectacular quilts and the ambience.

Its taken me a week to be able to get the photos of Shipshewana up on the blog.

So here they are.  Kaye and I visited Rebecca Haarer Arts and Antiques. It’s a wonderful store, with so much to see. The heart beat a little faster. This is a stunningly beautiful Amish quilt. It was exciting to see it up close.

These were my purchases a summer quilt top made of over 1900 + suffolk puffs. It is made of 30’s fabrics and I love the way she has the colors in stripes. I  love old children’s books and this little Wee Willie book is added to the library.

These were some of the other things we found in Rebecca’s store.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for the beautiful photos! I would love to go to their festival next year.


    1. Pam Holland says:

      Mary, you would really enjoy it.


  2. Janice says:

    Aren’t Amish opposed to having their picture taken?


    1. Pam Holland says:

      No, as long as you don’t take a full face image.


  3. Wendy in Kennewick says:

    I visited Shipshewana 30+ years ago before I started quilting and fell in love with all things Amish. The first quilt I made was a Trip Around the World done in vibrant solid Amish colors and hand quilted. Thanks for taking me back to that wonderful place!


    1. Pam Holland says:

      Wendy, you’re welcome. I love the area and the people it has such an ambience and it oozes creativity.


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