Gladys, thanks for checking in and all of your kind comments. I'm a little jealous that you are finishing up all of your UFOs. Have a happy holiday.
Sorry, Gus! I forgot to translate to English!
These data arise from an Excel spreadsheet. I accompany it for anyone who wants to use it!
I hope that someone can open it on your computer and tell me if it works.
The second sheet is in English. The first is my basis of calculation to make sample.
Be careful! Sure everyone has quantity of different parts in each of the blocks.
That's why I try to find the simplest method or follow only of software. But I do not follow strictly the blocks as Jane did them.
Thanks to all for your beautiful words!
I hope to be back very soon! I miss them a lot!
Ah ... MUF = Masterpieces under fermentation! Much better than UFO! HAHAHA!!!
Usted puede ver los siete terminados en estos hilos:
1 y 2 (http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...a-t210358.html);
y 7 (http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t213898.html).
And now I work in the 8 (http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t214360.html)!!!
A lot of work in month and a half! And it is missing a two more!
A big hug!
Thank you very much, DottyD!
A big hug for you!
Thank you, Nancy! Buth .... just a few! There are too many in 3 years! Hahaha!A big and warm hug for you!
I could not upload the excel file...
And the PDF is not look very well.
If someone want it I can send it to your personal mail!
A big hug to all!
Masterpieces under fermentation!! I LOVE it :thumbup: I will share it with my California quilty friends :)
I just finished my new favorite block last night - F11 [gonna check thatquilt and auntreen to see if I did anything different... Reen didnt make it yet... thatquilt used lots of freezer paper. I did paper piece the eight wedges, but in order to be sure I had the stripes straight, I made a pattern for that triangle and fussy cut them prior to paper piecing. I traced the curved wedges on the print wedges, placed a piece of white behind them and reverse apliqued. The corner curves I transferred the curved pattern to both the print and 4 - 2" white squares - appliqued the print onto the white and then reverse appliqued to the corners and trimmed down.
happy sewing - another beautiful day in CA - gonna get two of my GS now
Good job Gus. Love this block. Gladys, you have been busy finishing up those MUFs.
WOW!!! It's look so great! And it shows hard! Ayyyyyyy .... what awaits me! Hahaha!!!MUF is not a term created by me. I only adhered to the idea of Kelly's blog Charmen Chatter (http://cottoncharmquilts.typepad.com/) in January 2011. There she explained that it considers that everything that we have unfinished, are masterpieces in fermentation until the day that we find you the "spin" that was needed give terminated.
A big hug!
Yes! I have been busy with my MUF's! But ... When formerly finished at least 10 that I decided the 1 January... faster... I'll be back playing with my DJ!A big hug!
Oh my gosh! I am soooooo far behind it isn't funny! I'm trying to finish a quilt for my friend....a birthday gift which is Dec 24th. It's last years gift, so yes, I'm behind in that too. I'm itching to do more of my DJ so I may pick it up again this weekend. The blocks shown are all so wonderful!