This fox is wearing a blue-green angora-blend sweater that POPS against the dark orange wool.
He has a fancy vest too-
This is not a fox who is looking for forest camouflage!
Here is a close-up of his bag-
He is a very snappy dresser.
Antique buttons- 3-hole glass, shell.
Such a dapper fellow!
Black and white and bright. He has a very soft striped cashmere sweater.
All his necessities.
And hurray for Spring! The chairs are back out on the porch!
This orange kitty is giving me feels for our sweet Mango kitty that we lost a year ago. I miss him.
He has a Liberty print vest with a hunt scene. Perfect for a gentleman cat.
He is off for a day hike in his cashmere sweater and scarf. It is still pretty chilly here in Boston.
His day pack with a vintage button.
Full of useful things.
I imagine him as a dog ready to go out for a walk, just like the last hound, but this fellow is going on a more urban, casual walk. He is a city dog.
He has a wide wale corduroy vest and a cashmere scarf. He has a small notebook in his pocket.
This fine fellow will walk himself, thank you very much!
Close-up of the backpack-
He has a cashmere sweater and scarf. And he is made of cashmere so he’s very soft. His vest is cotton buffalo plaid and lined in black with antique black glass buttons.
I’m back from Providence where I had a terrific weekend. (If I have time, I will do a separate post about it.) I tried to do a blog post from there but wasn’t able to and too distracted to try too hard. So here are a few more pieces that got finished before the show. Two boy dogs-
The dolls are back in the etsy shop, and I am adding the ones that I hadn’t listed yet. It might take a while!
He is a fishing cat, not a fisher cat.
He is the last of the kitties for now.
Here is a close-up of his equipment and catch.
He is all about the yellows and mustard colors. Well, except for the blue bowtie.
His vest has a ginko leaf print.
And here he is on the porch, which is finally set up for some nice summer weather!