Helping Hands Quilt Shop and Museum, Berlin’s original quilt shop was born when Alma Mullet, encouraged by her husband to move her quilting frame from her living room to his vacant office space turned a beloved hobby into a business. Since 1974, Helping Hands has been a destination for quilters and those who appreciate the fine craft.

Over the years, the shop has continued to grow and in 1997, a second building was added to provide space to display the hundreds of quilts that are made in-house by local Amish and Mennonite women.  In 2011, the Dennis Mullet Family purchased the shop and quilts remain the passion of every employee at Helping Hands. The shop also has more than 3,000 bolts of fabric, kits, notions, embroidery, quilt frames and supplies, as well as a year-round Christmas Room with cozy flannels, holiday prints and a discount table where customers can enjoy savings of 50 percent off regular prices.  Amish and Mennonite women gather at the shop to quilt and visit. Completed quilts are later sold for various charities that benefit local individuals and families.

More than 100 finished quilts are available for browsing and for purchase in the shop. Skilled quilters can appreciate the time and expertise it takes to create these humble works of art while novices can gain inspiration to stitch their own quilts.

CONTACT Helping Hands Quilt Shop & Museum

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Business Hours

Mon 9am- 5pm
Tues 9am - 5pm
Wed 9am - 5pm
Thurs 9am - 5pm
Fri 9am - 5pm
Sat 9am - 5pm