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Lapel Stick's New Quilting and Sewing Notion Combines Business and Charity by Donating Product to Non-Profit Organizations in the United States and Canada

Company creates a shared success model between wholesalers, retailers, customers, and charities in the sewing, quilting, and craft industry.

Ft Wayne, IN, March 25, 2011 --( Lapel Stick is a new quilting, sewing, and craft notion that is making a big impact in the industry by committing both product and a portion of their proceeds to several charities that have been impacted by the current economy. Part of the company’s mandate is to create shared success by raising awareness of and supporting the important causes that their customers volunteer for and support. It is also the company’s hope to inspire other businesses, manufacturers, and wholesalers to build on the philosophy of shared success and create a sustainable program of giving back.

About the Product: Lapel Stick eliminates the need for baste stitching, taping, spraying, and pinning on fabrics. It goes on clear, dries in seconds, and will not damage your fabrics. This unique water-soluble, non-toxic, and acid-free adhesive is safe to use on cottons, wool, leather, felts, polyester, blends, linen, felt, nylons, and silks.

Lapel Stick has been tested and reviewed by Sewers, Crafters, Bloggers, and Retailers in this market channel with incredible results. To see some of the reviews and articles about Lapel Stick please visit the media link below.

The Charities and Non-Profit Organizations Lapel Stick is working with:

Quilts of Valor – Southern Indiana:
The mission of the QOV Foundation is to cover all those service members and veterans touched by war with wartime quilts called Quilts of Valor (QOVs). This Foundation is not about politics. It is about people.

Quilts of Valor – Canada:
Creating and delivering quilts of comfort for injured Canadian soldiers

Project Linus:
Providing a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new handmade blankets and afghans, lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers.”

Quilts from Caring Hands (QCH):
Quilts from Caring Hands makes and distributes quilts at no charge to Oregon’s children-at-risk: the homeless, those in foster care, drug addicted, HIV positive, visually impaired, abused, as well as infants of teen mothers.

Every Child Counts:
Every Child Counts works with organizations in the community to provide clothing, diapers, blankets, toys, books, handmade items, and other essential items to infants and children in need.

The JDRF (juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: and
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (JDRF) is the worldwide leader in funding research to cure type 1 diabetes, an autoimmune disease that strikes children and adults suddenly and lasts a lifetime. JDRF is the leading funder and advocate of type 1 diabetes science.

Moving Forward:
The quilting, sewing, and craft community is an amazing group of individuals with incredible heart. Lapel Stick is interested in hearing from additional charities and non-profits that are creating hope for people in need who could benefit from a donation of sewing supplies to help them in their work. Over the next 12 months their goal is to be able to donate thousands of products to individuals and groups that are volunteering their time to make the world a better place.

“We received the 50 lapel sticks last week in time for our meeting. 25 of them were snatched up instantly, and I am sure we can use all of them. You may have noticed on our website that we have a special project making tactile quilts and weighted "lap aprons" for visually-impaired children or children with other disabling conditions. The people making squares for the tactile quilts are especially excited, because they place lots of trim on their quilt squares. Children with visual impairments are stimulated to explore the quilts to find matching patterns, etc. Our members believe the lapel sticks will be a great way to hold the rickrack, lace, etc., in place while someone is sewing these multi-step squares. Thank you." Larky Hansen, Chairperson - Quilts From Caring Hands

Product reviews, endorsements, and articles on Lapel Stick can be viewed at:

Lapel Stick appreciates the help of its supporters in promoting these incredible charities and raising awareness of the importance of giving back to the community for all businesses. To learn more about Lapel Stick visit: to see a list of retailers selling Lapel Stick visit:

For additional quotes, material, a product sample, or photos please contact or Phone: 1-800-479-1494 (from the USA and Canada).

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Lapel Stick
Keith Marchant

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