White Bluffs Quilt Museum
to preserve and teach...
294 Torbett Street
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 943-2552
White Bluffs Quilt Museum
Christmas Celebration
About Us
Programs
-  Native American Heritage
-  2016 HISTORIC FIBERS OF THE MID-COLUMBIA
Childrens Classes
-  Childrens Summer Classes
-  Children's Class Registration Form
Classes for Adults
-  Attic Windows
-  Denim Jean Quilt
-  Crazy Quilt Pillow
-  Mini Paper Piecing
-  Needle Turn Applique
-  Needle Tatting For Beginners
Friendship Groups
Preserving Your Textiles
-  Flood Damaged Textiles
-  Documenting Textiles
Quilt Index Project
WBC Damnit Dolls
Local Textile Guilds
Meet Our Sponsors
Great Links


Meet Our Sponsors

Thank You Sponsors...
These merchants have demonstrated their
support for White Bluffs. In return, we
support them and their products and
services.

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Discount Vac and Sew in Downtown Kennewick
A very special thanks to this great shop for providing the annual Baby Lock Raffle sewing machine. Discount Vac and Sew has a great selection of sewing machines, vacuums, fabrics and lots of other sewing "necessities". They also stock an amazing assortment of thread for longarm quilting. Check it out --you'll be glad you did!
 
Paradise Fibers  Paradise Fibers in Spokane, WA (only a short road trip) is our "go to" place for all weaving supplies and looms. Their assortment is spectacular. We thank them for donating a door prize to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of White Bluffs. Check out their web site at  https://www.paradisefibers.com

Coats & Clark

Coats & Clark sent a 200th anniversary book edition containing 18 spools of dual duty XP general purpose thread to be used as a door prize. Thank you, Coats & Clark

Halcyon Yarn
Halcyon has donated a Yarn Store in a Box. Thank you, Jane Weir. Halcyon is a "go to" place when shopping for yarn, and  you'll love their catalog.

www.imperialyarn.com
Imperial Yarn has donated a beautiful skein of "COLUMBIA", a 2-ply100% woolen spun yarn in the past, complete with an Imperial Stock Ranch pattern. Thank you! Imperial produces natural beef, lamb & woolen fashions with sustainable practices that date back to 1871. Check out their web site.

www.foxglovefiber.com
Foxglove Fiberarts Supply has donated a beautiful (really beautiful) Silk Merino Scarf Kit.
Check out their web site and all of the very special textile items available.

www.BlueButterflyOriginals.com
A special thanks to Blue Butterfly for the donation of 2 Skipper Pin Looms. Their looms are wonderful for making samples and we were delighted to receive (and give-away) a 2X2 and a 4X4 Skipper pinloom. If interested in these versatile little looms, check out their web site or call them at 765-282-0124

www.dharmatrading.com 
A special thanks to Darma for the donation of the tie-dye kit and other items they have donated. They are the "go to" place for all your dying needs. Check them out!

www.northcott.com
Northcott has donated their new Stonehenge Chips and Strips. Their cottons feel like silk. This new Stonehenge Collection is beautiful.Look for it in your local stores. Luscious designs...

Studio e fabrics from New York
Studio e donated 2 packs of their 100% cotton quarter cuts. Each pack includes 10 quarter cuts in breathtaking colors. Watch for their brand in your local quilt shop. These colors are incredible!

Schacht Spindle Company
Schacht Spindle, located in Boulder, Co has donated a "ZOOM LOOM". It's a 4X4 Pin loom kit for On-the-go-weaving. Schacht is one of our favorite "go to" places for all weaving items. Check out their web site and start your own "wish list".
 
Meg Hawkey and the Crab Apple Hill Studio
Check out the web site at
www.crabapplehillstudio.com What a wonderful treat! Meg is clearly the queen of embroidery and her site includes, patterns, threads and a wonderful section on all the stitches we learned as a child and are now relearning.

www.thesandberg.com
The Sandberg Event Center, THE place to schedule your wedding or special event, located in West Richland, WA. If you haven't had lunch at the Bistro - check them out soon. Delicious!

Nancy's Notions for the donation of a door prize gift certificate.

Magic Thread Cone for their truly unique thing-a-majig that allows us to use big cones of thread on our regular sewing machines.

Northcott Monarch for the patterns and fabrics that were given as door prizes.

Fire Mountain Gems for the pins, tweezers and rulers that went into many gift bags.

Sulky of America for their generous donation of "Blendables" thread and other Sulky products.

Ricky Tims, Inc, Alex Anderson and The Quilt Show for a number of free memberships.

Clothworks, for a selection of their new fabrics.

Coats & Clark for the donation of thread for all our volunteer programs - The Veterans Quilts, The Seattle Children's Hospital and many other projects. Thank you for your gift.

P&B Textiles for an assortment of 20 packaged fat quarters. Our teachers appreciated these wonderful new patterns and colors.

Remwood Products Co. for Grandma's Laundry Stain Stick (it reallyworks!), Grandma's lye Soap and Grandma's hand soother for quilters and crafters. It was our first introduction to these new products and we plan to keep using them.

Cotton Patch Quilting, and Learn to Sew for the delightful Children's Kits - if you haven't seen them, check out their web site. Every child learning how to sew should have one.

Moda for the wonderful and versatile jelly rolls.

Olfa for providing the rulers for the White Bluffs Center. Their frosted rulers are our favorite rulers and we use them in all our classes.

Blank Quilting for providing the bags that were given away each day to the lucky door prize winners. These are really sharp bags - go on line and see what else they have.

Accuquilt for the donation of the "GO BAGS" that our volunteers received as thanks for all the long hours of service. The bags are really cute and you should check out their new cutter. WOW!




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