Covering the sofa is another work by Appelbaum. “She gave that to us as a baby shower gift. She collects and repurposes stuff, and she found a bunch of afghans and sewed them into the biggest afghan ever. I’ve never been able to fit it in a washing machine.” On the wall above are wood relief prints by Seattle-based artist Emma Levitt. “I love her work. It’s so minimal and simple. I’m drawn to it because she’s sort of the opposite of me.”
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Covering the sofa is another work by Appelbaum. “She gave that to us as a baby shower gift. She collects and repurposes stuff, and she found a bunch of afghans and sewed them into the biggest afghan ever. I’ve never been able to fit it in a washing machine.” On the wall above are wood relief prints by Seattle-based artist Emma Levitt. “I love her work. It’s so minimal and simple. I’m drawn to it because she’s sort of the opposite of me.”