EBHQ Show Coming March 17-18


Voices In Cloth 2018 Show Celebrates Quilting Diversity in the East Bay

Albany, California, 11 December 2017 – Returning to the beautiful Richmond shoreline at the historic Craneway Pavilion on March 17-18, the region’s largest non-profit quilt show will have lots to offer anyone interested in quilts, textiles, sewing, wearable art, and more. Voices In Cloth (VIC) 2018 will feature demonstrations, delicious on-site catering, specialty vendors, two special exhibits (over 100 art quilts & a curated show of contemporary Korean textiles), as well as scores of quilts by East Bay Heritage Quilters (EBHQ) members.



Ryan Young, East Bay Heritage Quilters, 510-484-6118 rufusrastus@gmail.com; http://www.ebhq.org/



Hours: Saturday 10 – 5, Sunday 10 – 4.
Tickets: 2 day admission $15; 12 and under free. Advance purchase price $10 before March 2. Buy ticket(s) online http://vic2018.brownpapertickets.com/
Show location:  Craneway Pavilion,1414 Harbour Way South., Richmond, CA.
Driving directions and map
Parking: Free on-site parking.
Accessibility: Wheelchair and stroller accessible.

At the Show:


  • Over 300 beautiful EBHQ quilts and garments
  • A Marketplace of quilts and fiber art for sale
  • Special Exhibits:
  • Korean Voices in Fiber: Translating Tradition into Contemporary Art  Read more…
  • Small Art Quilts from the collection of Sue Arnold  More…
  • Demonstrations
  • Tips and techniques for all skill levels
  • Fabric postcards made by EBHQ members for sale. Take a look.
  • Door prizes
  • Children’s activities
  • Raffle quilts


Our name suggests tradition, but our biennial quilt show is broad,  and is neither juried nor judged. The efforts of each individual quilter, whether beginner or experienced – traditionalist, modern, or art quilter – are equally valued and enjoyed on their own merits.

Make a day of it and visit the fascinating Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park, immediately adjacent to the Craneway Pavilion, or take a stroll on the Bay Trail after you see the show.


East Bay Heritage Quilters is centered in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area. We are a non-profit quilt guild founded in 1978. http://www.ebhq.org/

Our purposes are to:

  • Continue and preserve the traditions of quilting
  • Promote camaraderie among people in all aspects of quilting
  • Contribute to the knowledge and appreciation of fine quilts
  • Sponsor and support quilting activities through educational sessions and special events
  • Serve the wider community through the Deanna Davis Community Quilt Project, providing more than 1000 quilts per year to a variety of charitable and disaster relief projects.


For more information, contact: Ryan Young, 510-484-6118; rufusrastus@gmail.com