Applique Tuesday

Again, no applique progress on my projects, but finding applique everywhere.  Here is some I found on a panel gifted to St. Anne's:
Cutest little panel in flannel.  I made it using the envelope method of putting the three layers together.
I just outlined the larger elements in this as the quilting for this batting can be 10" apart.  I used Superior Bottom Line in Silver for the bobbin work and you can hardly see it on the back:
The color is off because it was the only way some of the quilting would show up in the photo.
I'll be turning it in at Thursday's St. Anne's meeting.

What are you up to?  Leave me a comment and I'll come over to see your eye candy.  Are you staying up for the solar eclipse?  I'm off to bed after I link this post to Esther's WOW, Connie's Linky Tuesday, and publish.


margaret said…
a cute quilt and will be enjoyed by the lucky little boy who receives it
KaHolly said…
I just finished a fun quilt for my niece with a little bit of applique on it! It has me so excited.
I am mainly working on my hexie border but might touch some applique today as well.
Maartje Quilt said…
I just finished my VW-bus for my daughter!
liniecat said…
what a delightful little quilt : 0
Anonymous said…
Sadly, it was rainy and cloudy here, so I didn't get up to see nothing. =) Love the little train, especially.
Deanna said…
Angie, The little quilt panel turned out real cute! Glad you were able to use it for one of St. Anne's charity quilts!!
So easy when all you have to do is "sandwich" and no binding.