Voices in Cloth 2012 was a diverse presentation that honored traditional and contemporary quilting, garments, quilts made by children, and a special exhibit Voices of Our Ancestors.  One long wall showcased quilts and pieces inspired by EBHQ workshops. Other attractions included a Silent Auction, exciting vendors, two beautiful raffle quilts, door prizes, and demonstrations, including traditional bed turnings by the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. The March 17 & 18 event was held for the first time in the fabulous Craneway Building on the Richmond Waterfront, much to the delight of all.  
Click here and then hover over Gallery to make a selection from a list of wonderful slide collections from the show. 

A note from our Quilt Show Co-Chairs

Voices in Cloth 2012 was an extraordinary quilt show and a  huge success!!

  • 1,930 people attended Saturday
  • Many of Saturday’s guests returned for second visit on Sunday
  • More than 1,700 new attendees Sunday
  • Attendance for weekend significantly higher than recent shows 
  • Comments from members, vendors, friends, friends of friends, and general public were enthusiastically positive
  • Thank you all, from the bottom of our hearts, for making that happen.

Jennie Alexich and Diana Berry, VIC 2012 Co-Chairs

Our quilts sparkled in the 
Craneway's natural light