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Lancaster PA Fabric Shops
Established well over 30 years ago, Burkholder Fabrics brings you over 5,000 square feet of merchandise to meet your sewing needs. From notions to the finest and latest in quilt collections, are goal is to provide you with the quality service you deserve at the affordable prices you want. Starting December 2009, Eugene Martin took over former management of Burkholder Fabrics & also purchased Joyce Nolt's Fabric Corner and has expanded the inventory tremendously, featuring name brand dress & wedding fabrics as well as the one-of-a-kind dress fabrics. Whether it's in our store or on our website, we trust your shopping experience will be enjoyable.
Sauders Fabric Shop
map it | 717-336-2664 | 681 South Muddy Creek Rd., Denver, Pennsylvania, 17517
We carry a large selection of fabrics and notions from various manufacturers.
Our selection of Fabric includes a large selection of batiks from Hoffman, Moda, South Seas and Timeless Treasures Tongas. We have a good selection of Civil War Fabrics from Marcus Brothers, Blue Hill, Windham and Andover. We also have a nice selection of Novelty Fabrics from various manufacturers.
Plus we carry a large selection of quilting fabrics from most manufactures including Benartex, P&B Textiles, Moda, Robert Kauffman, Red Rooster, RJR, Studio E, Timeless Treasures, Wilmington Prints, SPX, Camelot Cloth
Sylvia Petersheim Quilts Fabrics & Crafts
website | map it | 717-392-6404 | 2544 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania, 17505
Sylvia's Quilts and Crafts is a family owned and operated business that began in 1982, over twenty-five years ago!
Our beautiful handmade quilts and wallhangings can be seen hanging from a clothesline on a sunny day as well as showcased in wide variety inside our shop.
We stock a wide variety of quilts, fabrics, and crafts or bring us your own quilt color and pattern and we will custom make it for you.
The Old Country Store
website | map it | 717-768-7101 | 3510 Old Philadelphia Pike, Intercourse , Pennsylvania, 17534
You will also find a wide selection of locally made high-quality quilts, in traditional Amish patterns as well as contemporary designs. Our friendly staff will assist you in choosing one of your own.
While visiting, don’t miss our colorful selection of 6,000 bolts of 100% cotton fabric. Perhaps you will find inspiration to create crafts and quilts of your own.
Discover handy kitchen gadgets, purchase some locally made foods, or peruse books about the area and its people! Make The Old Country Store a destination as you plan your trip to the heart of Amish country.
Esprit quilt collection now housed at Lancaster History.org
Explore three centuries of art and history through the Richard C. von Hess Decorative Arts Center.
An important component of our quilt and textile collections is the Esprit Collection of Lancaster County Amish Quilts. This collection of eighty-two Amish quilts was the brainchild of Doug Tompkins, a founder of the Esprit Corporation, who began collecting the quilts during the 1970s. Produced by Amish women in Lancaster County between the 1870s and the 1940s these masterpieces provide a perfect window to examine the lives and culture of the people who created them.
website | | 717-392-4633 | 230 N President Ave Lancaster PA 17603, Pennsylvania,
On the Campus of History you will learn about Lancaster County, Pennsylvania—from stories of the Conestoga Indians and the Underground Railroad to the political legacy of James Buchanan and Thaddeus Stevens to the stories of your own family.
LancasterHistory.org is a community-based, not-for-profit organization established to educate the public on the history of Lancaster County and its place in the history of Pennsylvania and the United States, to advance the missions of regional historical organizations, and to promote the acquisition, preservation, and interpretation of resources representing the history of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania within the broader context of state and national history, including the life and legacy of America's fifteenth president, James Buchanan, and to preserve and maintain Wheatland, his home.