Milton Sonday, who ran the Textile Department at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum (as it was called then), took a photo of one of my ruffles and a brochure for my Weaving for Beginners book and made them into his own art statements. We worked together when I was in New York from 1983 to 1989. It was heaven for me. We both relished looking at weave structures and it was a stretch for me to keep up with him every day I was there. Lately he has been making art pieces out of strips of paper and interweaving them in interesting ways (structures). I am honored to be the recipient.