Thanks for traveling the trail! We can't wait to see you next year!
When you walk into the Hickory Stick Quilt Shop you might just think you've accidentally entered an art studio, and in many ways you'd be right! Pat of Hickory Stick fills her store with unique and unusual fabrics, from batiks to hand-dyed wool, and loves to come up with new and imaginative ways to utilize her ever-changing inventory. Enjoy the assistance of knowledgeable and friendly staff, and don't forget to check out the huge collection of shop samples which are sure to inspire you.
Pat got her start in the quilting world through 4-H and Home Economics classes and has always loved fabric and home décor. She opened the Hickory Stick Quilt shop in 1977 - 42 years ago!
"We love color, texture, and design. We believe that fabrics and quilts are works of art!"
Located in the heart of historic downtown Hannibal and right across from Mark Twain's boyhood home, you should have no problem finding the Hickory Stick Quilt shop. There's ample parking for buses and RV's. Downtown Hannibal can get congested during peak tourism season, so watch out for pedestrians.
2019 marks Hannibal's bicentennial birthday. Be sure to allot some extra time - you'll find all sorts of places to explore, from the world famous Mark Twain Cave to the birthplace of the Unsinkable Molly Brown, and numerous Bicentennial events.