This photo shows a “Friendship Quilt,” cross-stitched by a Georgetown group, probably in the 1970s. It’s part of the Georgetown County Historical Society’s first-ever quilt exhibition, the “Lowcountry Quilt Show,” open daily through Saturday at the Georgetown County Museum, 120 Broad St., Georgetown, and free with $5 admission.
This photo shows a “Friendship Quilt,” cross-stitched by a Georgetown group, probably in the 1970s. It’s part of the Georgetown County Historical Society’s first-ever quilt exhibition, the “Lowcountry Quilt Show,” open daily through Saturday at the Georgetown County Museum, 120 Broad St., Georgetown, and free with $5 admission. Courtesy photo
This photo shows a “Friendship Quilt,” cross-stitched by a Georgetown group, probably in the 1970s. It’s part of the Georgetown County Historical Society’s first-ever quilt exhibition, the “Lowcountry Quilt Show,” open daily through Saturday at the Georgetown County Museum, 120 Broad St., Georgetown, and free with $5 admission. Courtesy photo

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