This bankruptcy appeal presents the question of whether a Chapter 7 bankruptcy debtor, exercising the avoidance power conferred upon him by 11 U.S.C. § 522(h), may recover wages garnished by a judgement creditor within the ninety-day preference period. The bankruptcy court, answering this question in the affirmative, held that the debtor, Kenneth W. Stine, was entitled to recover $1,064.05 that NationsBank had obtained from him pursuant to wage attachments. I find that Stine may avoid the garnishments as preferential transfers but that he must count the $1,064.05 against the $6,000 limit on exemptions imposed by Maryland law upon bankruptcy debtors. Since the bankruptcy court did not address the latter point, I will remand the case for the entry of an appropriate order.