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
-  Native American Heritage Celebration
Traveling Exhibits
Childrens Classes
-  Childrens Summer Classes
-  Children's Class Registration Form
Classes for Adults
-  Denim Jean Quilt
-  Polar (Fleece) Slipper Sox
-  Jelly Roll Rug
-  Giraffe Grow Chart
-  Heirloom Sewing by Machine
-  Paint a Wooden Barn Block
-  Disappearing 9-Patch
-  Mother & Daughter Market Bag
-  Kaleidoscope
-  Attic Windows
-  Crazy Quilt Pillow
-  Beading on Fabric
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


Fiber Fest 2019




White Bluffs Quilt Museum
presents...
Fiber Fest
October 18th and 19th, 2019
This celebration will include programs demonstrating the production of textiles
from animal or plant to yarn, to fabric, to a completed product.
In this way we pay tribute to the weavers, quilters and textile artists long gone,
by using their drafts and patterns in new and inspiring ways.

We will present hands-on educational programs for children,
to introduce and teach weaving and other
textile-related activities.
Local school students will be invited to participate
in special presentations and demonstration of sewing, spinning and weaving.

Vendors will be invited from throughout this area to display
and demonstrate their textile-related items.
Ranchers with sheep, alpaca and llama will be invited to attend
and bring livestock.
Plants that grow in this area will be on display: cotton, flax,
bulrushes and other fibers suitable for weaving or basketry.

Native American tribes will be invited to display
their rugs, blankets and other regalia.

Historic quilts from our collection will be on display and classes
in historic quilt patterns will be offered.

Emphasis will be on teaching the origins of cloth,
its production, its many uses and its importance to our civilization.




 
This program has been made possible by a 
Benton County Historic Perservation Grant
and grants from the Tri-Cities Kiwanis Foundation
and the City of Richland.
Thank You!




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