Signature Quilts is currently on exhibit at the White Bluffs Quilt Museum on Torbett Street in Richland, Wa. This quilt was pieced together between the years 1920-1930 by Sylvia Matteson Bradley, a White Bluffs pioneer.
The quilt contains 54 signatures of community members, and this exhibit will be put on display until May. All are invited to attend the reception that will take place on March 16 from 1:30 to 3:30PM.
White Bluffs Signature Quilt
Attend the exhibit and have fun as you try to identify the Washington pioneers and their families whose signatures appear on the quilt. Aside from that, you may also write your name on one of the blocks and be included in the White Bluffs Signature Quilt that will be created this year.
Sign a block for your family, and leave an indelible mark of your signature on quilt. To find out more about this exhibit, visit this website or call (509) 943-2552. You may also send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Incidentally, admission to the exhibit is free.Posted by Colleen D Lane on