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2024 - "Stars of Wonder"
2023 - "Mt Diablo: Pollinator Paradise"
2022 - "Rainbow Reflections"
2021 - "Midnight Garden"
2020 - "Fiesta"
2019 - "Raynell's Beautiful Bees"
2018 - "Tile Tango"
2017 - "A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies"
2016 - "Poppy Fields Forever"
2015 - "Dancing with the Stars"
2014 - "Springtime Bouquet"
2013 - "Grandmother's Stars"
2012 - "Claire's Choice"
2011 - "Rhapsody-in-Blue"
2010 - "Chesapeake Rose"
2009 - "Amish Gem"
2008 - "Sunflowers"
2007 - "Botanical Beauty"; an original design by Jean Jurgenson and Aileyn Ecob.
2006 - "Tutti-Frutti"
2005 - "Rambling Roses"
2004 - "Memories"
2003 - "Imperial Garden"
2002 - "A Garden West of Baltimore"
2001 - "A Poppy Odyssey"
2000 - "Morning Glories"


2024 - "Under the Sea" by Cindy Greco
2023 - "Jill's Jane" by Jill Orr
2022 - "Flowers for My Wedding Ring" by Jean Partain
2021 - "Life on the Food Chain" by Valerie Sauban
2019 - "In the Mist on Rainy Pass" by Shirley Lewis-Stolen
2018 - "Baskets" by Jackie Seidell
2017 - "Prairie Lodge Gathering" b y Anita Mingham
2016 - "Dana's Wedding Quilt" by Ann Gimbel
2015 - "Catch Me If You Can" by Nancy Ritter
2014 - "Amazon Star" by Nancy Ritter
2013 - "Rose of Sharon" by Pat DeRushia
2012 - "Baltimore Christmas" by Cindy Greco
2011 - "Fracture" by Rosa Mae Hawkes
2010 - "Baltimore Halloween" by Cindy Greco


The Undercover Quilters started making commemorative pins in 2016, with original designs by member Phyllis Nishimori.  Each year's design is inspired by the opportunity quilt pattern for that year.  Approximately 100 are made each year and sold at the annual quilt show for $10 each.  Proceeds are donated to the guild, in appreciation for providing "The Farmhouse", a wonderful place for everyone to gather and sew.  The Undercover Quilters are busy in January and February making the pins in anticipation of the upcoming quilt show.

A special note about the pin for 2020.  This was the year that the in-person quilt show was cancelled (you know, COVID).  The pins were already assembled, but with no venue to sell.  By the summer of 2021, however, lockdowns eased, and the Undercover Quilters added the embellishment of tiny masks to the Fiesta birds, and were able to sell them at the in-person Country Store event.

The pins sell like hotcakes every year, so find the sales table early in the show to get a chance to buy these very special pieces of art!

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