White Bluffs Quilt Museum
to preserve and teach...
294 Torbett Street
Richland, WA 99354
(509) 943-2552
White Bluffs Quilt Museum
About Us
Gotta Have It!
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


Great Links

Great Links, Organizations, Museums, and Centers, we support and recommend


Our Favorite Links

  • Allied Arts - Richland Washington - Allied Arts Association and gallery provides art development, awareness and education for the Mid-Columbia region of Washington State, including the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland and surrounding areas.

  • Benton County Historical Museum - Prosser, Washington - Dedicated in 1968, the museum has 5 rooms with over 20,000 items on display,including pioneer photos and artifacts, an old store display, glass and porcelaincollections, a Victorian parlor and much more.

  • East Benton County Historical Museum - Kennewick, Washington - Funded by local contributions and built in 1982, the East Benton County HistoricalMuseum was designed by a local architect to showcase some wonderful historicartifacts. With its artful construction and sensitive use of natural lighting, this museum has won renown with museum professionals as "the best small museum building in the state".

  • Eugene Textile Center - Eugene, OR - Fiber Arts Classes-Weaving, Spinning and Felting Equipment & Materials -Eugene Textile Center. Eugene Textile Center has a Retail Shop for equipment and materials for the fiber arts, as well as studios for weaving and surface design. ETC offers classes and studio support to individuals in the community with an interest in handweaving, surface design on cloth, and other non-woven fiber techniques

  • Fort Walla Walla Museum - Walla Walla, Washington - Fort Walla Walla Museum offers five large exhibit halls, 17-building pioneer village, more than 40 Living History performances each season, and excellent childrens programs. Many of these have gained regional and national significance. The Museum occupies 15 acres within Fort Walla Walla Park, part of the original 600-acre military reservation of Fort Walla Walla.

  • Franklin County Historical Society - Pasco, Washington - The Society is located in Pascos former Carnegie Library, which originally opened in1911. Exhibits feature Native American artifacts, information on Lewis & Clarks Corp of Discovery, railroad development, agriculture, irrigation, area ferries and bridges, aviation and health care, as well as a wealth of local artifacts and photos.

  • Latimer Quilt & Textile Center - Tillamook, OR - We offer exhibits of antique and contemporary quilts, weaving and spinning demonstrations, and instruction in various textile arts. The Center hosts meetings of the Oregon Coast Fiberartisans, the Ocean Breeze Rugkrafters Guild, and the Tillamook County Quilters Guild. There is a research library for on site use, a climate controlled textile repository, and a gift shop with hand-made items, books and vintage and hand-dyed fabric.

  • Washington State Railroads Historical Society Museum - Pasco, Washington - The history of Pasco begins with the establishment of the Northern Pacific Railway settlement of Ainsworth in 1879. Dedicated to preserving the history of all railroads throughout the state, the museum contains many artifacts. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturdays.



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