The exhibition "Textiles by Katherine Westphal and Ed Rossbach" was held in the second floor gallery of the Museum of Contemporary Crafts of the American Craftsmen's Council January 19 through March 24, 1968. Westphal uses applique, stitchery, batik, tapestry, and quilting. Many of the wall hangings are based on subjects or forms derived from ancient cultures. Rossbach uses silk, linen and woolen woven fabrics in his pieces. "His most recent work with non-loom textiles seems to be a logical development of this search for independence from imposed mechanical rigidity." Here a group gathers in the center by "Peruvian Mummy Wrapping" by Ed Rossbach, 1961, framed construction interlacing with tapestry, painted raffia, 18 x 20.