January 1994
Surface Design Journal;Winter94, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p24
Trade Publication
Several photographs depicting various art works, including Deborah Carlson's felt "Unbearable Losses," Mallory Cremin's hand quilt "Forked Tongues," and Sally P. Sellers' "This Way Out," machine appliqued fabric, are presented.


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