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206 S. Main, Lusk, WY  82225, 307-334-9963,

Row by Row 2018

Lickety Stitch Quilts' row for the Row x Row 2018, available starting June 21. License plates are available now in the shop and on the website.  Not able to make it to the shop this summer?  You can pre-order the kit for November delivery by calling 307-334-9963 during business hours.

Barn Block Painting Classes Scheduled in Casper and Laramie

Casper - July 20
Laramie - July 21
Click on the town name for more information and to sign up for classes!

Sew Days Beginners Class starting Tuesday, June 12
Learn to sew or sharpen your skills in six weekly project-based classes.  Sign up for one or all.  Limited to 6 students per class.  $15 fee per class covers all materials and instruction.  In the first class you will make a table runner.  The second class, June 19, students will make  a handy stow-and-go shopping tote. We still have room in each class for a couple more participants, so call today to reserve a spot. 307-334-9963

Save the Date - July 6 and 7
The biggest event of the year at Lickety Stitch Quilts is scheduled for July 6 and 7.  We will be unveiling all the newest products that Jane discovered at Quilt Market in Portland last month.  In addition, there will be lots of great bargains as we clear shelves for these new products.  We are working on plans involving food, fun bargains, and free gifts for every customer!  Someone is going to win a $100 gift certificate to spend at this event. More information will be coming as we firm up our plans.  

Scissor and Knife Sharpening Clinic 

  Chapman Sharpening Services will be  at Lickety Stitch on July 14 to sharpen scissors and knives.  Prices are as follows:  Scissors - $5
Pinking Shears - $6
Rotary Cutter Blades - $2.50
Knives - Small 1.50 per blade
Medium 2.50 per blade
Large 3.50 per blade.
Ruth and Steve Chapman have been sharpening knives professionally for 35 years.  You can leave your scissors and knives before July 14th and pick them up the next week if necessary.

Penny Olive Machine Quilting Classes
Do you admire the beautiful custom quilting seen on many quilts in magazines and shows?  Would you want to learn the techniques to do it yourself by free-motion quilting on your domestic machine?  Penny Olive will be returning to Lickety Stitch on July 14 for her Beginning Machine Quilting Class. We have rave reviews from former students and know you will love learning from Penny and amaze yourself at what you can do.  Build on these new-found skills with the second class on August 10,  More Free Motion Quilting with Penny and on August 11 with Fantastic Feathers. Sign up for more than one of these classes and save $10 per session.  For more information and to register online, click the class name above.



Shop with Local Independent Retailers!


» South Dakota Rural Enterprise Inc. found that a dollar spent at an independent retailer is usually spent six to 15 times in the community before heading out of town. Just $1 can create $5 to $14 of value in the immediate area.


» According to the Indiana Main Street Program, only 6 cents of a dollar spent at a big-box retailer stays in the area.


» The Institute for Local Self-Reliance found that each $100 spent at local independents generated $45 of secondary local spending, compared with $14 for a big-box chain.


» According to the SBA, since 1990 big businesses eliminated 4 million jobs, while small businesses added 8 million jobs.


» A Civic Economics study in New Orleans found that if residents and visitors were to shift 10 percent of their spending from chains to local businesses, it would generate an additional $235 million a year in local economic activity, creating many new opportunities and jobs.


» According to the Andersonville Study of Retail Economics, local business generates 70 percent more local economic activity per square foot than big-box retailers.


» A survey published in the journal Local Economy found that 57.2 percent of small-firm workers scored in the highest commitment/employee loyalty category, compared with 40.5 percent of large-firm workers.


Something to think about:


If every family in the U.S. spent an extra $10 a month at a locally owned, independent business instead of a national chain, over $9.3 billion would be directly returned to our economy.


If every quilter in the U.S. spends an extra $10 a month at a locally owned, independent fabric retailer instead of a national chain, roughly $85 million would be directly returned to the local economy.