Beaufort's Rhonda Jordan is shown inside the site  of her new fabric store and studio on Port Republic Street in downtown  Beaufort. Jordan will spend the next week setting up the space and plans  to open its doors by next Saturday.
Beaufort's Rhonda Jordan is shown inside the site of her new fabric store and studio on Port Republic Street in downtown Beaufort. Jordan will spend the next week setting up the space and plans to open its doors by next Saturday. Sarah Welliver
Beaufort's Rhonda Jordan is shown inside the site of her new fabric store and studio on Port Republic Street in downtown Beaufort. Jordan will spend the next week setting up the space and plans to open its doors by next Saturday. Sarah Welliver

Beaufort shop owner aspires to open modern fabric, craft store

March 09, 2012 08:02 PM

UPDATED March 09, 2012 08:24 PM

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