A “Honey” of a Quilt Auction

You'll see quilts similar to this one at the Honeyville Quilt Auction.

If you get warm fuzzies over quilts, if you marvel at beautiful stitching, if your heart is woven into good causes, then this weekend’s quilt auction is for you.

Hosted by the Ben Borntrager family, the Honeyville Quilt Auction has been taking place for 13 years. This year, the auction, held at 4110 S 1000 W in Millersburg, Indiana, offers between 300 and 400 quilts, rugs, crafts, and wall hangings.

Most, if not all items have been created by Amish communities in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Ohio.

This event usually attracts several hundred people, so if you go, you’ll also get a more personal view of the Amish community. You’ll also enjoy great cooking and buggy rides.

The auction items are available for preview on Friday, and the bidding on Saturday starts at 9 am.

For more information on this event, click here.

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