About

History

In December of 1980, a group of quilters met to reorganize their existing guild. The first official meeting was held in the basement of the Stanley Bank on the first Tuesday of January in 1981. Twenty-one charter members met, chose the name “Blue Valley Quilters Guild,” and elected Barbara Edstedt as their first president. Locations have changed over the years as the guild has grown, but the spirit of the original membership carries on today.

Guild Today

2019-opp-quilt
BVQG 2019 Opportunity Quilt, is an original design by members Sandi Magliacano, Ibby Rollert and Lynn Droege, and was quilted by Tia Curtis. The quilt was made for the 2017 Kansas City Regional Quilt Festival color challenge.

The Blue Valley Quilters Guild is an organization dedicated to preserving and teaching the fine art of quilting. We welcome all newcomers as well as experienced quilters to be a part of this outstanding and active guild.

Each year, guild members make an Opportunity Quilt as a fundraiser, to be raffled off in a drawing at our December meeting. Proceeds from the raffle are used to further the art of quilting through workshops and speakers at the monthly meetings, as well as other programs voted on by the membership.

Philanthropy

At the Blue Valley Quilters Guild, we actively seek out ways to make an impact in our community. Here are some ways we help others:

  • Annual Charity Sew Day
  • Safe Home – We donate needed items and quilts to the shelter for battered women and children.

Interested in joining the Guild? Find our membership form here.

Feel free to contact us if you have questions about BVQG or membership.

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