Something Wonderful is Timeless
UCQ’s Homage to Infinite
Variety: A Red and White Challenge
Our members responded with a wonderful selection of entries into this challenge. They were hung at Something Wonderful and Viewers Choice, voted by the participants at our event, determined the winners. And here they are!
Contratulations, Ladies! And Thank You to everyone who entered a quilt or voted for their favorite.
First Place: Kathy G.
Second Place: Carol G.
Third Place: Louise C.
How to Have a Great Retreat
Undercover held a retreat in April at Mensch Mill in Alburtis, PA. What a great experience! We had not had a retreat in quite a few years, but after this weekend, it's going to an annual event. The lodge we stayed in could not have been better: lots of space, lots of light, a wonderful view, lots of food, pleasant meeting space and clean as a whistle. AND close to a treasure of a quilt shop that most of us had never even heard of and would never be able to find without detailed instructions. We had no formal program or workshop...just bring your own project and sew. Can't wait till next year!
It was a very Good Year! Here's a list of the 11-12 program schedule
September 12, 2011
Frieda Anderson: Fun Free Motion Quilting (click Frieda's name to visit her website)
October 10, 2011
Wendy Etzel: Kite Revue
November 14, 2011
Sue Reno: From Foliage to Fiber Art ... and Beyond (click Sue's name to visit her website)
December 12, 2011
Undercover Quilters Holiday Social
January 10, 2012
Challenge Introduction and In-house Mini-Workshops
February 13, 2012
Kid's Quilts In-house Workshop
March 12, 2012
Terry Kramzar: Inspired by Adventure (click Terry's name to visit her website)
April 9, 2012
Kate Themel: (click Kate's name to visit her website)
May 14, 2012
Cindy Freidman: Botswana (click Kate's name to visit her website)
June 11, 2012
Undercover Quilters Salad & Dessert Dinner. Presentation of 2012 Challenge Quilts.
Stack and Whack Workshop March 2012
A four part Stack and Whack Block Workshop was held on Saturday March 31, 2012. The workshop was 5 hours long and featured a delicious soup and salad lunch prepared by Sean Crossman. The project results were wonderful! This is a techniques that has big design impact from a simple-to-piece block. All participants got their blocks cut out and started to assemble them. Some got them completely finished. A few even showed up in the Dare To Bee projects 3 days later! Take a look....