Knit 2 Together: Concepts in Knitting

Hemmings, Jessica
October 2005
Surface Design Journal;Fall2005, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p56
Trade Publication
Highlights the Knit 2 Together: Concepts in Knitting exhibition in London, England. Curatorial focus; Artists featured; Description of some of the art works.


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