Definitely worth a visit. The Museum is also featuring some outstanding Indigenous Art ("Native Hands: Indigenous Art of the Salish Sea), and there is a collection of Catherine Alice Michaelis pieces in the downstairs gallery, both of which you will want to spend some time with. Then, you should wander into the Museum's cafe, the Bistro, and have a beautifully constructed, superlatively tasty late lunch. You deserve it!
The Needle and the Sword: The Early Women's Movement In Twenty-Four Hankies
Fabric artist's book, modified Japanese stab-style binding, 2013 (unique)
On display at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Winslow, WA