A big highlight of my trip to NYC was seeing a quilt by Anna Williams at the Brooklyn Museum.
There's a show there called "Workt by Hand, Hidden Labor and Historical Quilts."
There are many incredible quilts from the museum's collection.
It was Anna William's quilt that really captivated me.
Made in 1995, it seemed to vibrate with joy and energy.
So many little pieces.
So many "ugly" fabrics--including sparkles!
I never thought I'd actually get to see one of her quilts up close.
Proof that there is "no scrap too small," and "no wish too big!"