Tracing large animals

…onto fusible web.

giraffepaper

spots

(don’t forget the spots…)

hippopaper

elephpaper

And then fusing that fusible web to flannel.

flannel

In June.

So unlike me.

EDITED TO ADD: This is going to be a flannel version of Giraffes, Elephants & Hippos! Oh My! A free pattern on the Michael Miller site.

And a little bit more stem stitching thrown in. You know, to keep the insanity at bay.

stemstitch

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14 Comments »

  1. Rachel said

    Those are adorable animals. What are you making?

  2. Mimi said

    Darling appliques…please tell us more about your project!

    Hugs

  3. MichelleB said

    Looks really cute! You’re such a tease!

  4. Katy said

    what for? TELL ME!!!! I want a giant hippo (much stamping of feet going on here)

    Oh…the covered notebook? Mine is a half inch too small. DAMMIT.

    ps – I sent you a really, really long email earlier…only for my pesky broadband to cut out as it sent, so it didn’t send, so now I’m sulking

  5. pam said

    Holy crap, you’re already at work on the quilt from Sarah???

  6. Nedra- Cactus Needle said

    I love the variegated thread you used for the vine. And you know I love those Kaffes.

  7. kathy doughty said

    Hi Amy,
    If you decide to use that flannel just a tip that it needle turns like a dream! k

  8. lily boot said

    boy that sidetracked me – there I was, ready to comment on your lovely flannels and then I was immersed in free quilt patterns at Michael Miller – don’t you just love how the fabric companies do this! I can’t wait to see how the applique progresses – you do such beautiful applique Amy. And your embroidery looks WONDERFUL! Oh that Kaffe Fassett background is bee-yoo-ti-ful. 🙂 Don’t slow down over summer dear girl – what will I drool over!

  9. Jackie said

    wow, you just amaze me! Lots of good stuff here, but flannel this time of year????

  10. nanette said

    I have got to try that new fusible web GLenna talks about. It is an inport from Japan (of course). I don’t use fusible much myself. But there are times. Yes. This is going to be cute.

  11. Sarah said

    Woman you are a machine!!! I can’t believe you’ve nearly finished a block!!! And in Kaffe too…. I might have to make another one, I don’t like mine any more 🙂 tee hee

  12. Caroline said

    Thanks for the tip! A beautiful embroidered giraffe was given to me and has been searching for some friends to join it in a quilt….I think we have just found them!

  13. fabricpile said

    Gaaaaah! Flannel in the heat?! Makes me sweat just thinking about touching it.

    The applique block . . . . swooooon!

  14. belinda said

    Well…you just GO girl! I see lots of eye candy going on over here!! Everything
    is lovely!!

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