Mrs. Zegers-ten Horn was born in 1927 in Nijmegen Academy of Arts in Arnhem, the in jewelry design and Decorative Brussels at the Ateliers Saedeledee weaving, studying with die great designer and weaver. Mrs. Zegers of Flemish weaving, with freedom follow a pattern. In 1966 Mrs. from Brussels to Washington D.0 works in her studio. Here she and her by her engineer-artist father. has participated in exhibits at the the French Embassy.the Netherlands. She attended the Netherlands with a specialization arts. She continued her studies in of Gobelin tapestry design and Elisabeth De Saedeleer, expert tapestry ten Horn learned the technique typical for the weaver who does not slavishly Zegers-ten Horn moved with her family Where she still makes her home and her pupils weave on looms created for In Washington Mrs. Zegers-ten Horn International Monetary Fund and at Mrs. Zegers-ten Horn has also devoted her life to making art and sensory stimulation available to visually disabled, Handicapped, and ill children.
She was inspired to create touch pictures and touch toys by a young blind friend, who had come to "view" her tapestries with fingertips. A registered organization of volunteers was created under the Presidency of Mrs. Zegers-ten Horn and has functioned continuously since 1971. The Touch Toys organization has won many awards.