About The Quilt Shop
Hello, I am Rosilynn Stoffel and this is my quilt shop.
We are a family-owned and operated business in Middlebury, Indiana. We enjoy working with our customers by picking out colors, giving tips or discussing techniques and providing top quality products and quilting solutions. Whether you are looking to purchase a quilt or need supplies to make your own, The Quilt Shop is your one-stop.
The Quilt Shop is known for our quality, Amish handmade quilts.
Because we are located in the heart of Amish country, we have developed relationships with local Amish quilters and are pleased to offer these quality handmade quilts to our customers. The Amish community prides themselves in producing high quality products. Our quilts are quilted by one person so that the stitches are consistent—a “one-needled” quilt – providing a higher quality to your handmade quilt.
The Quilt Shop values local artists.
We are pleased to consign with over 35 local and Amish crafters. This is a unique opportunity for the local artisans and our customers. Because of this opportunity we sell many one-of-a-kind gifts and crafts. For example, we consign 18” doll clothes from five different artists. We also consign table runners, crocheted slippers, goose clothes, hot pads, baby blankets, baby quilts and Amish dolls.
The Quilt Shop is also full-line quilt shop with over 600 types of stencils, notions, books, patterns, and fabric kits. We carry quality quilting fabrics from: Kaufman, Moda, Hoffman, RJR, South Seas, Benartex, Timeless Treasures, Elizabeth Studio, Henry Glass, Needlecraft, P&B, Windham, Riverwoods, Red Rooster, Blue Hill, Blank Textiles, Maywood, Camelot and Canvas.
The Quilt Shop carries a large supply of Quilt-Magic: no-sew wall hangings.
Our Quilt-Magic no-sew wall hangings are competitively priced. We offer the newest Quilt-Magic designs. Call us if you are looking for a design that is not visible in our store or website, we can help!
The Quilt Shop is a juried member of the Art and Earth Trail in Northern Indiana.
Northern Indiana has a rich and diverse heritage of artisans, crafters, and farmers and the Art and Earth trail allows this heritage to be shared with others.