Quilt exhibit in Bladenboro

BLADENBORO — Come see the fine display of handmade quilts by Mary Pittman and her aunt Annie Singletary Davis.

Pittman is the mother of Mary Lou Davis of Bladenboro. The quilts by Davis are from the early 1900s and the quilts by Pittman are more than 50 years old with one exception, The Friendship Quilt, made in the 1980s. There are a variety of traditional patterns, including the Lone Star Quilt.

The Bladenboro Art Gallery is located in the Bladenboro Historical Society Building, in the two-story old school house, at 818 S. Main St., Bladenboro. We are open Saturdays and Sundays, 2 to 4 p.m., and other days and times by appointment. This exhibit will continue until the end of August. Call 910-633-7982. Remember admission is free. Come see what this area has to offer in arts and crafts.