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October 8, 2006

Hattiesburg Hosts State's Largest Quilting Show

The art of quilting has been on display in Hattiesburg at the largest show of its kind in Mississippi.  The 11th Biennial Quilt Show, hosted by Pine Belt Quilters, wrapped up at the Jackie Sherrill Community Center this afternoon.  Dozens of quilts from across Mississippi were shown.  Exhibitors and visitors could also purchase products at a vendors mall.  The show was scheduled for last fall, but was postponed due to Hurricane Katrina.  More than 200 quilts were on exhibit during the two-day event.

  

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