White Bluffs Quilt Museum
to preserve and teach...
294 Torbett Street
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 943-2552
White Bluffs Quilt Museum
About Us
Programs
-  Fiber Fest 2019
-  Event Schedule
-  Stash Sale
-  Log Cabin Challenge
-  Challenge Entry Form
Traveling Exhibits
Childrens Classes
-  Childrens Summer Classes
-  Children's Class Registration Form
Classes and Demonstrations
-  Stencil a Tee Shirt
-  Machine Sewing
-  Working with Wood
-  Beginning Weaving
-  Red Bag/Purse
-  Learn to Knit
-  Crazy Quilt Pillow
-  Twining
-  Kumihimo
-  Paper Piecing, the easy way
-  Market Bag
-  Curvey Little Neck Bag
-  Disappearing 9-Patch
-  Explore Alcohol Inks
Friendship Groups
Preserving Your Textiles
-  Flood Damaged Textiles
-  Documenting Textiles
Quilt Index Project
Marketplace
-  White Bluffs Member Quilts for sale
Local Textile Guilds
Meet Our Sponsors
Great Links





Welcome to the
White Bluffs Quilt Museum.
Our current exhibit: 
Log Cabin Quilts - over the ages
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The Log Cabin is a well known block that has been used over and over
in American quilting.  It is traditionally made with a red center then sides or "logs"
are added around the center.  These were cut strips of light and dark scraps.
Since the small log cabins of early American history had one room with a fireplace
 for cooking and heat. Life was lived in that room.
The red square represents the fireplace.
White Bluffs would like to invite you to our Log Cabin Challenge.
This exhibit will be on display July 30 - November 30
Many NEW classes have been scheduled.
Check out the Fiber Fest pages for a schedule of events.
Come in and learn a new craft!


The White Bluffs Quilt Museum is a Regional Textile Arts Center, serving the Tri-Cities and the Mid-Columbia Basin. The Center serves as both a museum and a support organization for the quilting, weaving, spinning and basketry guilds in Eastern Washington State. These groups have been a part of our community for over 40 years and until now - had no place to call home.  We currently represent over 1,000 fiber artists in Eastern Washington and we are growing.

Thanks to the generosity of the Benton County Commissioners, the museum received funding to lease a store front in 2007.  In May 2012, we moved to a larger location in downtown Richland.  This location provides space for classes, meetings and an area dedicated to our museum, gallery and member marketplace.

Our Summer Children's Program, Meetings, Study Groups and all other classes are held at this facility

The White Bluffs goal is to occupy, acquire or build a facility that will serve as a Textile Arts Center for this region. Our mission is to promote and celebrate the art and craft of quilting and textile arts through educational opportunities for children and adults; to preserve the history of textile arts as uniquely American art forms; and to enhance the community by providing a welcoming place where people can share their knowledge and heritage through their love of quilting, weaving, and all other textile arts.

Community economic development, as a result of well publicized textile exhibits and classes is an important part of our mission. Increased traffic and thousands of new visitors provide a measurable impact on the merchants in this area. Our workshops bring in visitors from a 200 mile radius and we provide lists of area hotels.

 
Special programs are available for groups and visiting organizations.

The White Bluffs Quilt Museum is a member of the
Washington Museum Association,
the Richland Chamber and the
Tri-Cities Visitors and Convention Bureau
.

Share our dream, together we can make it happen.  Sign up today at Membership Information.










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