CANCELLED April 2020 Meeting: Hometown Trunk Show

Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park

In light of the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve decided to cancel KCMQG events through June. Even though it is the right decision, it is still tough to share the news. We will work to reschedule the events, workshops and speakers when conditions allow it. More details about how we’re adjusting guild activities are throughout this […]

March 2020 Meeting: Weeks Ringle

Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park

Due to unfortunate circumstances, Weeks isn't able to join us. Her husband and co-creator, Bill Kerr, is joining us instead. Bill is an equally expert quilter and instructor. We are excited to learn from him and are sending Weeks wishes for speedy healing. The Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild is excited to welcome Weeks Ringle […]

February 2020 Meeting: Betsy Blodgett

Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park

The Kansas City Modern Quilt Guild is excited to announce that Betsy Blodgett will be our guest speaker at our February guild meeting. Betsy will be discussing her interests of quilting and fashion sewing, exploring how the two intersect in the modern fashion world and how you can combine them in your own sewing world. […]

January 2020 Meeting: 10 Year Birthday Party!

Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park

Please join us as we celebrate our 10th birthday! There will be lots of food, fun and frivolity as we celebrate a decade of the KCMQG. Two special editions of show and tell- a walk through our member's favorite quilts of the last decade and another highlighting projects completed as a result of taking a […]

October 2019 Meeting – Hometown Trunkshow

Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center 8788 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park

Join us as we welcome two members to share in our Annual Hometown Trunkshow! Marilyn Butler: Marilyn remembers always having a desire to "make something" and the enjoyment it brings. Her grandmothers were makers of clothing and quilts for themselves and others, and their hands were often busy with embroidery, knitting or crocheting. Marilyn's love […]