The effects of boundaries and magnetic fields on the textures of the B phase of liquid3He are considered. It is found that the liquid undergoes a change from an unbended into a bended state analogously to a second order phase transition. A measurement of the phase boundary would give the coefficients of the relevant free energies. Spin currents in bended states are given. It is shown, using minimization of the free energy, that spin conservation in the presence of supercurrents is satisfied by the internal Josephson effect.