Mickey Wach, Textile Conservator

Sullivan, Mary
June 2006
Quilter's World;Jun2006, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p18
The article features textile conservator Mickey Wach and her expertise in cleaning, repairing and displaying quilts. Her workroom is on the ground floor of her home in San Francisco, California. She has conducted internships at the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco and at the Royal Institute for Conservation in Brussels, Belgium. She owns a mini library of books related to quilts and textiles.


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