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Thread: 7° MUF finished: "The sewing basquets"

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    7° MUF finished: "The sewing basquets"

    Hello!
    How is everyone? I hope that very well!
    I just finished my 7th MUF (Masterpiece Under Fermentation) dating back to the 2009/2010!
    I called them: "The sewing basquets".
    Show them some pictures where can the full quilt by the front and back. And some with the quilting details in the front: the roses in the clear triangles, the continuous roses on those edges, the simile "cathedral window" in the 9-Patch. From the back you can see the SID that marks all diamonds design.
    I am very happy with the result, although I had many problems with fabrics (are very fine and diverse and the quilt is quite deformed) and with the quilting even don't know correctly choose the thread to make the work look completely (though so look some errors! Hahaha!).
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    Pattern: "Los Costureros de Ana", by Ana Salom
    Made and quilting: Gladys
    Size: 40" x 40,5"
    I hope you like it as it was and thank you very much for looking!
    Have all a beautiful weekend!

    Many hugs!
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    I love that! Have never heard of MUF, and when I read your definition, burst out laughing! Love your project too!

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    Thanks a lot, laurafet!
    It 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!

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    gladys, another great finish for you!!! i love your rose quilting design.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Applause! That is stunning!

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    I love the quilt, but I ADORE the "MUF!!" Great acronym!!
    Ruth

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    That is such a beautiful quilt. You did such nice work on it. I am sure it will be loved for many years to come, and thank you for sharing the pictures with us.
    JuneBillie - In memory of my dear mother June, and my dear mother in law Billie.
    I am thankful for this day My name - Susan

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    That is lovely Gladys. and your fabric is so pretty too!!!

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    I think I've fallen in love ...!

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    It's beautiful as is all of your work! I prefer to think of my quilts a s fine wine, they need to sit awhile before they are finished!

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