Pillow talk

Bannister, Polly
October 1992
Yankee;Oct92, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p90
Profiles Barbara Lee of Groton, Connecticut, best known for her handmade pillows. Shapes; `Embroidery-quilted applique'; How Lee began designing pillows; First contest; Exhibits and commissioned custom pillows; Prices.


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