Jennerjahn's hanging Shroud was comprised of wool and cotton. Kelly's hanging White Banner with Marbles was comprised of muslim, cord, cottom lace, and marbles. Lesch's hangings were comprised of wool and cotton, stitchery, and found objects on old lindsey-woolsey. The exhibition "Fabric Collage" was organized into three sections: Contemporary Hangings by five artists living in the United States, a collection of historic American Quilts, and a special section of appliques by the Kuna Indians of the San Blas Islands. It was on display at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City, April 2 through May 23, 1965.