The exhibit included colorful and intricate knit, print and woven patterns by Lea Illum, Ehrin Kelley, Seoul Kim, Lily Kubiak, Nicole Presenza, Rachelle Roberts, Kelly Sweeney and Christianna Wincek.
The designs represented a wide range of inspirations, from armor-inspired knit patterns to prints that incorporated rural Lancaster county motifs, camouflage, woven dobbies and jacquards.
“This exhibit represents the culmination of years of hard work by our students in the textile design programs,” said Claire Beevers, associate professor and M.S. in Textile Design program coordinator. “We are very proud of their work.”