Historic tie quilt returns to Bayfield

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Historic tie quilt returns to Bayfield

New piece to be featured in museum opening Saturday
JoAnne McCoy has researched the Bayfield Friendship Quilt, which is now on display at the Pine River Valley Heritage Museum in downtown Bayfield.
Members of the Pine River Valley Heritage Society meet at the Bayfield Lions Club in March. Society members have purchased a display case to showcase the Bayfield Friendship Quilt, foreground.
Members of the Frank Ludwig family embroidered their name on a silk tie to add to the Bayfield Friendship Quilt in 1950.
The Bayfield Friendship Quilt, believed to be from 1950, is on display at the Pine River Valley Heritage Museum.

Historic tie quilt returns to Bayfield

JoAnne McCoy has researched the Bayfield Friendship Quilt, which is now on display at the Pine River Valley Heritage Museum in downtown Bayfield.
Members of the Pine River Valley Heritage Society meet at the Bayfield Lions Club in March. Society members have purchased a display case to showcase the Bayfield Friendship Quilt, foreground.
Members of the Frank Ludwig family embroidered their name on a silk tie to add to the Bayfield Friendship Quilt in 1950.
The Bayfield Friendship Quilt, believed to be from 1950, is on display at the Pine River Valley Heritage Museum.
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